laugher

[ laf-er, lah-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF laugher
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAUGHER

And the maiden met him, and she said, "Is that thou; art thou a laugher?"

But he was careless of social opinion, unbuttoned, and a laugher.

Cynthia had risen, and all of the laugher was gone from her eyes.

Every one faced angrily in that direction, but the laugher had disappeared.

There is your smooth-faced politic laugher, your laugher by rule.

And when Haco the Laugher laughed, there was ever blood and to spare.

Then Carl would make a sudden spring, and catch the laugher.

If a man is not a laugher by nature, he had better let it alone.

His hope was that all would end in laughter and in laugher be forgotten.

There is a lesson for gay and grave in the life of Scarron, the laugher.

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