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When he is not confined to this, he is set up for a laughing stock in buffo work.
LETTERS OF PEREGRINE PICKLEGEORGE P. UPTON
The good sense of the colonists repelled the absurd scheme, and saved Carolina from being a laughing stock for the nations.
THE LAND WE LIVE INHENRY MANN
For a number of years the novels of Ouida have been the delight of their readers and the scorn and laughing stock of reviewers.
It was a great bully that spat and snarled at genius, refusing to recognize it and making it a laughing stock wherever it could.
Let the two wings of the Clan-na-Gaels alone and they will make a laughing stock of American juries.
THE CRIME OF THE CENTURYHENRY M. HUNT
Jake was terribly afraid of being a laughing stock; he glanced slily around to see if any one had noticed.
CHICKEN LITTLE JANE ON THE BIG JOHNLILY MUNSELL RITCHIE
Better for a while longer to put up with the company of this odious Spaniard than to become a laughing stock in an attempt to fly.
LYSBETHH. RIDER HAGGARD
Why, I should be the laughing stock of the army, a butt for every brainless joker in the camp.
LOVE UNDER FIRERANDALL PARRISH
In fact he did everything to make the Duma ineffective and a laughing stock.
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION; THE JUGO-SLAV MOVEMENTALEXANDER PETRUNKEVITCH, SAMUEL NORTHRUP HARPER, FRANK ALFRED GOLDER, ROBERT JOSEPH KERNER
McDougall was an object of pity to his Loyalist friends, and he became a laughing stock for the whole world.