last laugh

  1. ultimate success achieved after a near failure (inspired by the saying `he laughs best who laughs last')
    we had the last laugh after the votes were counted
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How To Use last laugh In A Sentence

  • But the 55-year-old nearly had the last laugh as City quickly bagged a double to set up a thrilling finish. The Sun
  • It's the electric motor that stops the diesel drivers having the last laugh at the pumps, too. The Sun
  • Holding a rolling pin and determined to have the last laugh.
  • We'll have the last laugh if she finds out that you're the one who played the trick.
  • Des O'Connor is expecting to have the last laugh on his critics by soaring to the top of the Christmas hit parade.
  • Men make jokes about women drivers, but women have the last laugh - their insurance rates are cheaper.
  • And in a contest of social acumen between hyenas and monkeys, who knows who would get the last laugh?
  • But the Americans may yet have the last laugh. Times, Sunday Times
  • we had the last laugh after the votes were counted
  • For 118 years, the sitting president nearly always has had the last laugh with closing remarks at an annual white-tie wingding called the Gridiron Club dinner.
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