[ UK /lˈɑːf/ ]
[ US /ˈɫæf/ ]
  1. produce laughter
  1. a facial expression characteristic of a person laughing
    his face wrinkled in a silent laugh of derision
  2. a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter
    he laughed unpleasantly at his own jest
    he told a very funny joke
    he knows a million gags
    even a schoolboy's jape is supposed to have some ascertainable point
    thanks for the laugh
  3. the sound of laughing
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How To Use laugh In A Sentence

  • The performance had the legislature, including the subjects of the barbs, rocking with laughter.
  • We laugh a lot and he has many anecdotes, funny, funny stories. The Sun
  • Alaric got a bit annoyed at how long we took to leave becuase of the guinea pigs - I didn't know weather to be sympathetic or laugh when he got narky about it :/ Snell-Pym » Guinea Pigs!
  • Letters from my family are sort of depressing, though sometimes my cousins write a few words that makes me laugh.
  • She puts a lot of time and effort into it but she is also a laugh. Times, Sunday Times
  • I said a few colorful words in our language, making him laugh.
  • As soon as everyone stopped laughing, they noticed a few baby cradles at the other side of the room.
  • Martin did well to recover from the onslaught to go a break up in the third set.
  • There's nothing you can do to change the little ones' minds about the gewgaws and gimcracks they expect to find beneath the tree - or to stop your in-laws' annual onslaught, for that matter.
  • Her partner deceives her, but she doesn't know it; her children fail, but she is told they succeed; she believes she has the admiration of others, but they laugh at her behind her back.
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