Robert glanced at Halbert's figure, slight compared with his own, and laughed.
Dey laughed when dey heard me talk, an' I could not understand dem, no how.
She laughed her little laugh of pleasure, and thanked him prettily for the compliment.
"Nonsense," he laughed, with the air of a man certain of his facts.
"I wish I could agree with you," laughed Grace, her color rising.
It seemed to Grace that she had not laughed so much in years.
"You had some satisfaction out of it, at any rate," laughed Viviette.
Now and then, he laughed in a merry way, as if he were bantering her out of something.
The German merely smoked and laughed; and they all smoked and laughed.
How the devil would have laughed at the idea of a society for saving the world!