laugh


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Synonyms for laugh

Synonyms for laugh

to express amusement, mirth, or scorn by smiling and emitting loud, inarticulate sounds

to make fun or make fun of

an act of laughing

something or someone uproariously funny or absurd

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Some of the spectators had risen from their places, and departed altogether; some merely exchanged their seats for others a little further off; some were delighted with the occurrence, and talked and laughed over it for a long time.
Being unable to swallow she threw away the bread and laughed.
He seemed very much surprised when Ojo and Scraps and the Glass Cat came out of the woods, but as the Patchwork Girl approached nearer he sat down upon a bench and laughed so hard that he could not speak for a long time.
"Yes, and draws too," answered Fanny, with a sly laugh.
"See if she don't;" and to Maud's great surprise Tom did n't laugh at her project.
With all his thoughtlessness, Tom was quick to see and feel these things, and was not spoilt enough yet to laugh at them.
All of which Will laughed at, accepted graciously, and did n't obey; but he liked it, and trudged away for another week's work, rested, cheered, and strengthened by that quiet, happy day with Polly, for he had been brought up to believe in home influences, and this brother and sister loved one another dearly, and were not ashamed to own it.
Tom and Fanny laughed at her fancy, but she did not tire of it, for the child was lonely, and found something in that little room which the great house could not give her.
Den he pegan to laugh, soft and low, und I know und thank God dot he was mad.
Den Bertran laugh and say, 'Fi dond' shust as if it was a glass broken upon der table; und Bimi come nearer, und Bertran was honey-sweet in his voice and laughed to himself.
Francis of Assisi in a new dransmigration produced, und he laughed und said he hal never preach to der fishes.
When I come back der ape he was dead, und Bertran he was dying abofe him; but still he laughed a liddle und low, and he was quite content.
"Don't be so absurd," he laughed, touched by her appreciation so that he felt the moisture come to his eyes.
"I dined with you last night," he laughed. "I should be in the way."
"I?" Griffiths laughed. "Is that what you've been so funny about this evening?