Definition of laugher in English:

laugher

Line breaks: laugh¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈlɑːfə
 
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noun

1A person who laughs.
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  • They are the most enthusiastic laughers, pointers and critics of us all.
  • We are both sisters, daughters, dancers, laughers, writers, singers, activists, lovers and dreamers.
  • They men weren't bored, as they'd expected, and were usually the heartiest laughers.
2North American informal A sporting match or competition which is so easily won by one team or competitor that it seems absurd: they lost the first laugher of the series
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  • In the opening game of last year's NCAA Tournament, a laugher against Monmouth, he missed both his attempts.
  • Extend that winning streak to five, six games, and the NFC North race becomes a laugher.
  • Iverson Scored 15 of his 25 points in the last nine minutes of a game that had been nothing but a laugher - the deficit was 21 points early in the fourth - until he got busy.

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