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laugh US English

Make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of contempt or derision

laugh US Thesaurus

Norma started to laugh excitedly

belly laugh US English

A loud, unrestrained laugh

raise a laugh US English

Make people laugh

laugh at in laugh US English

Ridicule; scorn

a laugh a minute US English

Very funny

laugh like a drain US English

Laugh raucously

laugh oneself silly US English

Laugh uncontrollably or for a long time

have the last laugh US English

Be finally vindicated, thus confounding earlier skepticism

laugh one's head off US English

Laugh heartily or uncontrollably

the laugh is on me US English

The tables are turned and now the other person is the one who appears ridiculous

laugh up one's sleeve US English

Be secretly or inwardly amused

laugh in someone's face US English

Show open contempt for someone by laughing rudely at them in their presence

laugh something to scorn US English

Ridicule something

laugh something off in laugh US English

Dismiss something embarrassing, unfortunate, or potentially serious by treating it in a lighthearted way or making a joke of it

a laugh in laugh US English

A thing that causes laughter; a source of fun, amusement, or derision

laugh someone/something out of court US English

Dismiss with contempt as being obviously ridiculous

laugh out of the other side of one's mouth US English

Be discomfited after feeling satisfaction or confidence about something

raise a laugh in raise US English

Make people laugh

horselaugh US English

A loud, coarse laugh

laugh one's head off in laugh US English

Laugh heartily or uncontrollably

laugh in someone's face in laugh US English

Show open contempt for someone by laughing rudely at them in their presence

laugh oneself silly in laugh US English

Laugh uncontrollably or for a long time

have the last laugh in laugh US English

Be finally vindicated, thus confounding earlier skepticism

the laugh is on me in laugh US English

The tables are turned and now the other person is the one who appears ridiculous

laugh up one's sleeve in laugh US English

Be secretly or inwardly amused

laugh someone/something out of court in laugh US English

Dismiss with contempt as being obviously ridiculous

laugh oneself silly or sick in laugh US English

Laugh uncontrollably or for a long time

laugh something off in laugh US Thesaurus

you have to just laugh off their stupid remarks

laugh out of the other side of one's mouth in laugh US English

Be discomfited after feeling satisfaction or confidence about something

the laugh is on me or you, him, etc. in laugh US English

The tables are turned and now the other person is the one who appears ridiculous