hilarity

[ hi-lar-i-tee, -lair-, hahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF hilarity

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It is, at its very plainest, mingled of a regard for hilarity and a regard for helplessness.

She also stated that she did not think it a morning for hilarity, not at all!

Grey laughed loudly, but there was no mirth in his hilarity.

Suffice to say that it was violent effort, excitement, and hilarity.

His laugh came back to him, but there was no hilarity in it.

From this rough dwelling proceeded tones of mirth and hilarity.

The fat man looked from one to the other of us in an obtuse suspicion of our hilarity.

To-day, in the midst of hilarity and all unannounced, “company” did appear.

But everyone did his best to contribute to the hilarity of the occasion.

The hilarity at the association's expense burst all bounds, now.

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