laughingstock[ laf-ing-stok, lah-fing- ]SEE DEFINITION OF laughingstock
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAUGHINGSTOCK
Make not thyself a laughingstock to me and such Christians as may be here.
He saw his house unfinished, his wife rebellious, himself a laughingstock.
And now she was making a laughingstock of the lad among the neighbours.
We would be the laughingstock of Fairview and Boxer Hall if it got out.
They become a laughingstock to the enemy, an irritation to their own side.
So all this made him rather a laughingstock among the regular hands.
But the news when it spread next morning made them the laughingstock of all creation.
Your Commons are a disconsidered rump of which already you have made a laughingstock.
He had made the young clubman a laughingstock more than once.
I have made you a laughingstock, as I promised, but I am not done with you yet.