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There is, then, your discontented cynical laugher, who makes a mask of mirth to conceal the venom of his mind.
If a man is not a laugher by nature, he had better let it alone.
THE HOUSE BY THE CHURCH-YARDJ. SHERIDAN LE FANU
Certainly I am a great laugher, and it is better to laugh too much than too little.
THE AMERICANHENRY JAMES
(if you will pardon a new word,) but there is some difference between a laugher and a critic.
A great essayist has defined laughter as a "feeling of superiority in the laugher over the object laughed at."
He waited some time, watching for the conspicuous white breast of Quiquingus, the Laugher.
SPOTTED DEERELMER GREGOR
I observed, he must have been a bold laugher who would have ventured to tell Dr. Johnson of any of his particularities.
Accordingly the genii fell to examining the planet Jupiter, when the laugh went strongly against the laugher.
VOLTAIRE'S ROMANCESFRANOIS-MARIE AROUET
The sage, a laugher at others rather than one to be laughed at, perceiving this, placed an unstrung bow in the middle of the road.
Suddenly the laugher stopped and said, "I feel as if I ought not to laugh; I feel that nobody ever laughed in this place before."

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION