Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal spelling of laugh.
- n. A fish of the family Synanceidæ, Synanceia verrucosa, of an oblong form, with a monstrous cuboid head, warty skin, and a dorsal with 13 pungent spines and 6 rays. The dorsal spines are grooved and connected with an ovoid poison-gland. The fish is consequently much dreaded. It inhabits the Indian ocean, and is called
laffor mud-laff at Mauritius. Also called fi-fi.
“Ai hab alwayz sed: Ducky taype izza mother’z best frend. *ebbil laff laff laff*”
“But th 'little king coom strutting raand wi' his sceptre, an 'they lifted him up i' ther arms, one bi 'one, an' he patted 'em o' ther cheeks, an 'then they set him daan agean an' went on wi 'ther wark, an' he went back to his velvet cushions an 'ligged daan an' laff'd.”
“To write "laff," the pen has to make the SAME NUMBER of strokes -- no labor is saved to the penman.”
“Heh heh, You've managed to make me laff out loud more than once.”
“I could sure you use a laff before I have to get back to work.”
“In fact, for most of the public, prison rape is a laff riot.”
“A collaboration with Josh Fadem and also starring Zoe Jarman, Visions of Terror is a real laff-riot that takes the piss out of B-movie horror buffs, which Ascher is himself.”
“April 20, 2010 at 4:36 pm locayt “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”. u wunt b dissa… dizza… ull laff alot”
“An Figaro and mah fren wud laff an laff at por MO.”
“Kitteh iz sooo kyute, peepul shud nawt laff at him!”
Looking for tweets for laff.