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How to use laughably in a sentence

My last words to you might appear to imply something laughably opposed to my real meaning.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. III (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
It would have been laughably grotesque in its deforming incompetence had it not been directed at human beings.
TO HIM THAT HATHLEROY SCOTT
The girl flung her strong young arms above her head, and brought down her clenched fists in a laughably vehement way.
THEN MARCHED THE BRAVEHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
Her ideas of such a short time before seemed small, laughably small now.
THE GRAIN OF DUSTDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
He threw down his pipe in the midst of talking about something carefully unimportant, and sat up with a laughably angry face.
THE SEVEN-BRANCHED CANDLESTICKGILBERT W. (GILBERT WOLF) GABRIEL
The Kingstonians themselves are laughably ignorant of the country parts.
CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 4, NO 3, SEPTEMBER 1863VARIOUS
Crowds of ragged lads were loitering about the Corso, shouting as they followed any laughably-attired mask.
CELEBRATED WOMEN TRAVELLERS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYW. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS
Jan-an sunk her face deeper into the cup of her hands––this pressed her features up and made her look laughably ugly.
AT THE CROSSROADSHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
They have significant names for every thing, and a nickname for every one, and some of the latter are laughably appropriate.
LIFE IN THE BACKWOODSSUSANNA MOODIE
The cow-like form and serenity of her features are made laughably obvious.
WHAT DRESS MAKES OF USDOROTHY QUIGLEY

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