laugh

[ laf, lahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF laugh

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAUGH

"They won't go back without me, I reckon," he added, with a laugh.

Lanning, if I had you at my back I could laugh at the law the rest of our lives!

A note of exultation in his laugh, like that in a blackbird's call, alone proclaimed it.

Grace's laugh sounded a trifle shaky, but it was a laugh nevertheless.

Why, man, if we've been beyond the law up to this time, we can laugh at the law now.

Why, man, with you at my back I'd laugh at twenty fellows like these.

Let him talk, and hear you laugh when he was funny, and he was satisfied.

Mrs. Roberts exerted herself to laugh with him, albeit she was horror-stricken.

She joined in his laugh albeit, there was a tender look in her eyes.

It is a patent declaration: "This is only a play; laugh and we are content."

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