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  • v. obsolete past participle of laugh.


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  • “All a them a laughen, an you a standen a taken his—” He choked, and she thought with terror that he was going to cry.

    The Dollmaker

  • Whereat ye ladies laughen so that they had like to die.

    A Little Book of Western Verse

  • But did yall peep dude laughen hard like 3 stacks can't give somebody the business?


  • An he says, laughen kinda, ‘How’dju know I hadda little girl?’

    The Dollmaker

  • Th steward’ull be on you fer runnen over production,’ he says, an I thought that old Ponomarenko ad bust hissef a holden in his laughen—an that foreman never did ketch on.

    The Dollmaker

  • Recollect you ain’t so smart, an ye needn’t be a laughen yer fool self sick.

    The Dollmaker

  • Eyes, nose, grew on the face, and the mouth heeded Cassie’s plea, “Make her laughen, Mom.”

    The Dollmaker


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