from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. to laugh a deep, hearty laugh.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. laugh a deep, hearty laugh
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They even are so mad they do a note for note copy of Anarchy for the UK, including a very rotten bellylaugh.
A fine example of why Politico is only worth visiting when you are looking for a bellylaugh.
I pretend that this is a joyful game we play and I bellylaugh with the motorists who point and guffaw at us.
Everytime I need a good bellylaugh, I open my jpg of Bush standing in a flight suit, in front of a giant banner, that reads, MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.
May 10th, 2006 at 1:23 pm twolf1 – big guffaw! thanks for my daily bellylaugh.
This book. which ranged from tender and moving fable to the most outrageous catcalls and trombone raspberries (uproarious, deplorable, with such blasphemous farcing as a Police Commissioner would tolerate for even one performance) does actually come somewhere near expressing the blaze and bellylaugh of life.
Well, Ben Grimm had himself a good long rocky bellylaugh about that one, but Reed didn't take it personally.
PS Thanks for the real bellylaugh with the kid in the toy vending machine.
It has an Xtian twist as it includes the little-known parable of Jesus and the Brontosaurus but I guarantee you you’ll get a good bellylaugh out of it.
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