- v. archaic Second-person singular simple present form of laugh
- laugh + -est (Wiktionary)
““By my faith, thou laughest at me, Blondel,” he said;”
““Whereat laughest thou with such loud laughter as this?””
“Then quoth she, By Allah, thou liest! this is a mere pretext: thou laughest at none save me, and now thou wouldest hide somewhat from me.”
“Now his castrato Masrúr was standing before him, and he laughed: whereupon the Caliph said At whom laughest thou?”
“So thou laughest at me, and I at thee, both at a third; and he returns that of the poet upon us again,”
“Yea, now thou laughest, but kindly, so that the sound of thy laughter is as sweet music.”
“If, Lovelace, thou laughest at me, thy ridicule will be more conformable to thy actions than to thy belief. —”
“Salutations to thee that laughest awfully and as loud as the beat of a drum, and that observest dreadful vows!”
“When the world is dark with tempests, when thunders roll and lightnings fly, thou lookest in thy beauty from the clouds, and laughest at the storm.”
“Thou must be a glass to thy wife, for in thy face must she see her own; for if when thou laughest she weep, when thou mournest she giggle, the one is a manifest sign she delighteth in others, the other a token she despiseth thee.”
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