How To Use Laughingly In A Sentence

  • he told the story laughingly
  • Not only was my attempt at writing a note on the door tag laughingly futile, the shipping guy's yellow note taped next to the airbill telling the driver to "please drop off box at apartment office if no one is home" was ridiculously unnecessary since ALL OF THIS could've been avoided if he'd just checked the NO SIGNATURE REQUIRED box. Haloaskew Diary Entry
  • As a kid being called a hori and as an adult i am unable to penetrate the NMZ (No Maori Zone) in a number of large compaines who laughingly call themselves equal opportunity employers. Coffee.geek.nz - Comments
  • Trimpin laughingly shows filmmakers his collection of rejection notes for grant proposals that have ended up in a huge file of "fuck you letters. George Heymont: There's Art Right At Your Fingertips!
  • The pair now are good friends, and she speaks laughingly of her nonstop travel schedule and increased computer literacy.
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  • The finding of his mare – J. the Third, as he laughingly dubbed her – decided the point; he forthwith took on himself the role of quixotic highwayman, roaming his beloved South Country, happier than he had been since he first left England; bit by bit regaining his youth and spirits, which last, not all the trouble he had been through had succeeded in extinguishing .... The Black Moth: A Romance of the XVIII Century
  • Chanting her Walkyrie war-cry, Brunhilde departs, laughingly calling out to Wotan that he had best be prepared for a call from his wife, who is hastening toward him as fast as her rams can draw her brazen chariot. Stories of the Wagner Opera
  • All in good fun, we laughingly made our way through the 20-odd questions, secretly jotting down our responses on separate papers.
  • ‘It is supposed to be a guest appearance, but I keep telling him that he has made me work real hard by giving me my longest lines ever,’ the actress says laughingly.
  • When undressed save for his undershirt, he laughingly held his unerect organ in his hand and made the motions of obtaining conjunction with an imaginary partner. Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 Erotic Symbolism; The Mechanism of Detumescence; The Psychic State in Pregnancy
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • I need to go down to what is laughingly called sickbay. The Search
  • The African loudly and laughingly repeats the tots' request.
  • By-by, Bobby," she called laughingly to her partner. O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920
  • For a memo from Jonathan Lindley, director of what is laughingly called “enforcement” at BIA reveals that the BIA have no real interest in chucking these people out if they are caught: An Abject Surrender
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • Does the expression displease you, mademoiselle?" laughingly said the young man; "is it the word 'little,' or the word 'sister'? The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume II
  • Mrs. Sylvester and Eve both protested laughingly against this somewhat heartless view of the case; and after declining an offer of the back seats of the carriage, which was already waiting at the door to take Mrs. Sylvester and her daughter for their anteprandial drive in the Park, and expressing their regret that they had not seen Charles, uncle and nephew took their leave together. A Comedy of Masks A Novel
  • On the side, while we were doing what we laughingly refer to as ‘research’ for this piece, we came across this story from November 2000.
  • He was known as a moneyman with no feel for the music side of the music business (various Warner sources call him a "" henchman, '' and even the company's corporate publicist laughingly admits he's looking like Darth Vader). Trouble In Paradise
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • And so we did, wildly, laughingly, in the rain and wind, thunder and lightning.
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • In his own case, the correctness of his first impressions -- what he himself called laughingly his _ "coup d'oeil" _ -- is in a measure proved by a note-book, now lying before the writers, in which he recorded his views of Bastia and the Corsicans after a very brief acquaintance -- that view requiring scarcely any modification when first impressions had been exchanged for real knowledge and experience. The Slave of the Lamp
  • Yes, yes, yes, damn we love this in our bijou pantry laughingly called the Losing Today record room, which suspiciously resembles a coat cupboard.
  • It would have covered the terrace outside the ‘out-house’ and made a mess of the grassed area, laughingly referred to as ‘the lawn’.
  • The shot-putter, who laughingly describes himself as ‘six-foot-four and 290 pounds’, says local women can be especially impressed by large men in tracksuits.
  • How that old lady did smile and (as she herself laughingly said) "gabble" her delight! Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence The Queer Old Man of the Thousand Islands
  • He laughingly acknowledged that he has been called a flopper, but not a faker. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • The mood on the coach was good humoured - laughingly compared to a school trip, except better prepared with wicker picnic baskets and a bottle of port.
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • It permits laughingly there though the word might be strange because the WEB translation is used.
  • The Spanish-born CEO, who moved to Germany at age 6 with his family and arrived here in 2002, laughingly calls himself "a secondo," meaning second-generation foreigners. Lending a Helping Ear to a Generation of Baby Boomers
  • At other times - and especially during what we laughingly call the Scottish ‘summer’ - only a horizontal week of sand and sea will do.
  • She plays down, somewhat laughingly, the individual importance of an Oscar.
  • They're fond of holding what are laughingly known as literary soirees.
  • They eventually suffered from an embarrassment of riches: they laughingly killed all their enemies and created their worst nightmare.
  • The camera's perched right above the monitor, looking out over what I laughingly call my ‘study.’
  • But, as Marie laughingly revealed to us, the medal is a fake.
  • ‘It just ended up being a huge success,’ Spicer says laughingly, ‘and we couldn't figure it out.
  • She laughingly assured us that the curds were made just hours ago.
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • ‘We're at the embarrassing bit,’ she explains, and her PR laughingly says she'd better buy the paper to read the interview.
  • They're fond of holding what are laughingly known as literary soirees.
  • She laughingly gave him a tap with the toe of her shoe.
  • Bitter experience has taught me that resistance is futile, so it was with a heavy heart that I left my so-called home and got behind the wheel of what Brenda laughingly refers to as my ‘car’.
  • When people ask him how long he bakes his bread, Dale laughingly replies, ‘Some days it takes 30 minutes, others an hour; it depends on how hot the oven is.’
  • Not only was my attempt at writing a note on the door tag laughingly futile, the shipping guy's yellow note taped next to the airbill telling the driver to "please drop off box at apartment office if no one is home" was ridiculously unnecessary since ALL OF THIS could've been avoided if he'd just checked the NO SIGNATURE REQUIRED box. Haloaskew Diary Entry
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • They laughingly proffer a red slice of watermelon.
  • I don't know why I remember that; the movie itself was laughingly forgettable.
  • I apologised laughingly for staring, I felt as if I was constantly just staring, trying to take in every physical aspect of this man for whom I had left my previous life without ever meeting.
  • When I asked to speak with him about this after class, he laughingly told me he likes to "multitask"! anthony grafton commented at 8:18 AM~ Ferule & Fescue
  • I finally reached what we laughingly call civilization.
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • Feng - i said laughingly to Hung - chien , " You've become a celebrity in the district.
  • I’d post a photo of the I use the word laughingly scarf I finished yesterday, but one of the cats is sleeping on it. 2008 September 23 « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows
  • He applied for what he laughingly says his wife described as ‘real jobs’ - though he cannot remember what they were.
  • And the information is cutting edge, though I hope that when my kids are my age, it will be laughingly obsolete.
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • Seldom had the King evinced more gaiety of heart than at this particular period, or appeared to derive greater amusement from the gossipry of the Court and the gallantries of the courtiers; and he no sooner ascertained that Mademoiselle d'Entragues had become the mistress of Bassompierre than he said laughingly to the Duc de Guise: The Life of Marie de Medicis
  • She laughingly adds that working with the star was not such a terrible facet of making this move.
  • When they reached the sand, Muriel laughingly took off her sandals and her shorts.
  • To my own "frangine" who has just rung from the airport to say she is back home again after trekking for three weeks in the mountains of Bhutan and is on her way over to tell me of latest adventures, laughingly hinting that this was the hardest trek yet! La frangine - French Word-A-Day
  • Looking at one of the awning's outer support beams, he laughingly recalls a time when some of his friends kicked him out of his bedding for snoring too loudly.
  • What I laughingly refer to as my garden is a corner lot by our postage-stamp size house.
  • It is only one of the absurd rules in the system of law laughingly known as British justice.
  • He also believes that pensioners are underpaid, so does that mean that we can look forward to a substantial increase in what this government laughingly calls a pension?
  • Thirty minutes after the Limited rolled out of the terminal Detectives Johnson and Goldberg, attired as North Country backwoodsmen and lugging battered suitcases, swaggered behind Lizbet into the smoking car of a sooty, suffocating all-coach local-express entitled laughingly in the timetables The Snowball. Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • Elizabeth, who laughingly calls herself the ‘un-Barbie,’ can and probably will be portrayed as a modern-day everywoman.
  • In the trenches it is laughingly referred now to as, 'moneyless merit pay.' Rita M. Solnet: Cents and Sensibility ... Inside Florida Education
  • Lord Earle often told her, laughingly, that she would have made an excellent embassadress -- her manners were so bland and gracious; she had the rare gift of appearing interested in every one and in everything. Dora Thorne
  • ‘The result was we decided to get married,’ she said laughingly at a press conference in Delhi recently.
  • Airlines have shrunk schedules and staffs to the point of eliminating what were laughingly referred to as meals on many routes.
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • They had been on her mind night and day - in the steam room, playing tennis, being massaged, even during what was laughingly called dinner. FINAL RESORT
  • Mr. Derringham says you are called Cheiron," Mr.. Cricklander announced laughingly. Halcyone
  • ‘I tried it once and it came out like sweet milk with alcohol in it,’ the mother of two laughingly recalled.
  • A woman who laughingly called me a "houseplant" but let me spend my vacation as I wanted, loved me as I was. A Study in Contrasts: My Other Granny
  • Ok, I've sort of described what I'll be up to in what we laughingly call the near future.
  • Several points which had been lurking somewhere in the hidden depths of what I like to refer to laughingly as my mind crystallized as I was watching the game.
  • They'd just opened it for what's laughingly called the summer season. READY?
  • I believe that fame and celebrity, influence and power, success and failure, reality and illusion are all somehow neatly woven into a seamless fabric we laughingly call reality. 
  • She laughingly recalled a day when Pearl, then in her thirties, had inexplicably rolled a large rock into the living room of the house where she and other children were playing.
  • Around this time of year it's the ‘I'd better do something or I'll never get into one of those sparkly knotted hankies that designers laughingly call party dresses’.
  • Jine in, Br'er Stoker," called Philippa, laughingly waving her duster in the doorway. Flip's "Islands of Providence"
  • She laughingly gave him a tap with the toe of her shoe.

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