laughing

[ laf-ing, lah-fing ]SEE DEFINITION OF laughing

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"I've got a pretty good digestion, mother," said Robert, laughing.

It brought them back, a shamefaced crew, laughing at each other.

He saw them laughing, flushed, silhouetted against the green, distant trees.

Allister, laughing joyously, turned to the other three and repeated the question to them.

"By no means, I give you my word of honor," answered the major, laughing.

Instead of laughing when she drew back from a proffered caress, he turned surly.

He took chances and got away with them, laughing at the girl's gasps of dismay.

"Wish they would divide; I'm as poor as a church mouse," I said, laughing.

The man took her by the shoulder, laughing still, and spun her up standing.

"So do I, for that matter," said her husband, laughing merrily.

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