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A broken, lurching music came from them, a nasal melody that moaned among the laughters.
ERIK DORNBEN HECHT
How in this chorus of laughters, joyous and terrible, is the laughter of Shakespeare distinguishable?
Her almond eyes were of some fantastic shade of sapphire-blue with deep gray twilights in them and sea-green laughters.
CARNIVALCOMPTON MACKENZIE
Jacky stopped suddenly, and withdrew from the laughters in lofty offence.
MERKLANDMRS. OLIPHANT
Prue's callings have ceased; the small laughters, exclamations, appeals, have died into silence.
DOCTOR CUPIDRHODA BROUGHTON
There are laughters hideous and contemptible—aye, and even pathetic.
And what were the ten reconciliations, and the ten truths, and the ten laughters with which my heart enjoyed itself?
THUS SPAKE ZARATHUSTRAFRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
Too great hath been the tension of my cloud: 'twixt laughters of lightnings will I cast hail-showers into the depths.
THUS SPAKE ZARATHUSTRAFRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
The same with my childish angers, my loves, and my laughters.
O thought within all thought that is; Trance between laughters unawares!
POEMSALICE MEYNELL

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION