Examples of laughter in a Sentence
The audience roared with laughter.
the nervous producers were reassured by the sounds of laughter coming from the theater
Recent Examples of laughter from the Web
If so, what have been some favorites? A. A Revolutionary War Williamsburg dinner, Christmas in July, and fondue parties, which are the best for conversation and laughter.
There’s a lot of laughter these days at Paxton’s expense, in fact.
The show revels in both raunch and darkness, wrapping it up with quirky yet ruthless one-liners, and tops it off with canned laughter.
Block invites participants to meet a charter bus for a day dedicated to building relationships, discussing gratitude, experiencing laughter yoga, taking a mindfulness walk, meditating, practicing acts of kindness and performing a volunteer service.
When President Trump told a crowd of police officers last week to be rougher when arresting suspects, he was greeted with cheers and laughter.
Sewing and chatter and laughter and love filled the big sewing studio, and shop owner Barbara Jean Smith was joined by her husband Chris and daughters Lucy and Katelyn, who helped with the snacks.
The LOL emoji with tears of laughter is the most popular, according to a July Facebook survey of its 2 billion monthly users, followed by the heart eyes emoji.
The game features quick, scrambling legs, stray driftwood fashioned into goalposts, and frequent yelps of laughter.
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Origin and Etymology of laughter
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsbelly laugh, boff (or boffo), boffola, cachinnation, cackle, chortle, chuckle, giggle, guffaw, hee-haw, horselaugh, laugh, snicker, snigger, titter, twitter
Related Wordscrow, whoop; grin, simper, smile, smirk
Near Antonymscry, groan, moan, sob, wail; face, frown, grimace, lower (also lour), mouth, pout, scowl
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