[ UK /lˈɑːfəbli/ ]
  1. so as to arouse or deserve laughter
    her income was laughably small, but she managed to live well
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How To Use laughably In A Sentence

  • It's unforgivably bad journalism, laughably poor sub-editing, and atrocious proof-reading.
  • Once again, the ignorant pansy is laughably attempting to proclaim himself “victorious”; what a pathetic d0uchebag. Think Progress » Rep. Trent Franks: African-Americans were better off under slavery.
  • Laughably awful dialogue is liberally slathered onto the stock adventure setup and the characters' true natures are obvious from the start.
  • In summary, while Chavez’s quest to prove his blood lineage to Montezuma is laughably absurd, it is also somehow fitting that Venezuela’s erratic and mentally unstable president should seek to prove that he is Montezuma’s heir. Hugo's Despotic DNA
  • I'm not sure what was the most laughably awful thing about this movie.
  • To an outsider, the issues that we fight about would seem almost laughably petty.
  • Looking back to that first World Cup in New Zealand 15 years ago, it all seems laughably innocent and amateurish now.
  • First stop: the laughably expensive soap store, where one bar of brick-hard soap goes for a sawbuck.
  • Laughably inept; detestably despicable: ladies and gentlemen … the President of the United States! Remember Honduras? Obama does, and he hasn’t given up trying to destabilize the country
  • For me the impact of these intensely personal songs, which would once have been crooned by a solitary lovelorn pin-up, gets laughably undermined when they are sung by what amounts to a choir.
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