laugh off

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Synonyms for laugh off

deal with a problem by laughing or pretending to be amused by it

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Perhaps the DOT should stop paying big bucks to unimaginative copycat ad agencies and just find someone here with a genuine iconic sense of humor and let the world know that we laugh off troubles and threats and don't let
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"Someone would pick up once every 15 calls." Luckily, Corsa was able to laugh off any hostility thrown his way once they did answer.
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