[ US /ˌhɑˈhɑ/ ]
- a ditch with one side being a retaining wall; used to divide lands without defacing the landscape
- a loud laugh that sounds like a horse neighing
How To Use ha-ha In A Sentence
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- Rather they convey an image of Ireland as a fey, mysterious place where funny things happen - funny strange and funny ha-ha.
- `Ha-ha - I threw my cigarette down the incinerator - I smoke too much. THE OUTSIDER
- Then suddenly it turned parallel with the edge of a steep-walled gap, which came without warning, like the ha-ha of an English park, turned with an unexpected abruptness. The Sayers of the Law
- We were one of only two sets of diners that night; the others were an elderly and rather pukka couple who spent much of the evening talking loudly about the need to tell Hamish to prune their hedge and dredge the ha-ha.
- The gate was six feet or more, and the jackaroo raised his hat and hastened to open it, but Mary reined her horse back a few yards and the "dood" had barely time to jump aside when there was a scuffle of hoofs on the road, a "Ha-ha-ha!" in mid-air, a landing thud, and the girl was away up the home-track in a cloud of dust. Children of the Bush
- It seems that a ha-ha has been banked up to hide the public thoroughfare from which one turns down the private avenue of limes to approach the manor house.
- Oh, ha-ha --- Posy really didn't want to hear the V-word today. TICKLED PINK
- S. suis grows on blood agar as small, greyish and mucoid colonies with a zone of alpha-haemolysis and is optochin resistant. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
- As a peterman he was a loud ha-ha; as a damper-getter he was just an amateur; as a heel or a houseman, well, them things were just outside him. Black Jack