Mrs. French wouldn't crack a smile, but I thought I'd die laughing.
To die laughing, must be the most glorious of all glorious deaths!
Well, I didnt tell him any better, but I thought I should die laughing.'
And the strangest part of it all is that the dragon did die laughing just as it had predicted.
Still, she was amusing enough for a time, and appeared to be always ready to "die laughing" over everything.
You'd die laughing to see him chasing them off with a spade or a rake or whatever he has in his hand.
Any may (as some have done) die laughing, but his last sight must necessarily be of grave faces.
"There'll be some scouts buried on this island if we all die laughing at you," another scout observed.
He had scrambled down the box after me, and was listening with an air of profound wisdom that made me feel fit to die laughing.
Men have died of joy, and almost forbidden their friends to weep for them, when they have seen them die laughing.