Definition of outlaugh
1 archaic : to make fun of : ridicule his apprehensions of being outlaughed — Benjamin Franklin
2 [out- + laugh] : to outdo in laughing though usually solemn, he outlaughed all the others at the play
: to laugh out loud in deep derision outlaughs the foeman — Alice Furlong
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Origin and Etymology of outlaugh
Middle English outlaughen, from out + laughen to laugh — more at laugh
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