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  • n. Plural form of laugh.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of laugh.


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  • (selena is wearing outfit 22 demi is wearing #18) demi - * laughs, parks the car and gets out* come on! selena - gets out and walks with demi* this is fun demi - * laughs* i know * they walk into the school, all eyes on them*??? - Articles related to Catholic Charity and Sprint Tangle Over Texting

  • While we, the concerned humor community, have a riotous time getting laughs from the most apparent punch line, other horrible candidates equally worthy of ridicule go unscathed.

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  • And now he alternates between playing with the baby, cuddling the baby, delighting in getting bigger belly-laughs from the baby than anyone else can … and ignoring the baby completely, because the baby is being “annoying” again.


  • In every line and with every reaction, she pushes too hard to squeeze laughs from a mirthless script and add color to a show that's numbingly nondescript.

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  • I have had enough experience speaking before groups of varied sizes but was struggling with content for a talk in church; your coaching allowed me to overcome the problems, have fun, and get some laughs from the congregation in church.

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  • 'I' m just saying that, you know, it might be a different demographic, he added, stirring a few laughs from the group.

    Pot, Meet Kettle

  • "It's been a long time since we had them up there," Mr. Chu said drawing laughs from the audience.

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  • It definitely drew laughs from the audience (and me), and it seemed to appeal to a lot of people: older generations, teens, and folks out on date night.

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  • The 25-year-old did a great job of plugging his new movie Zombieland, earning big laughs from the crowd with a few of his nervous jokes.

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  • Witness the madcap antics of "The 39 Steps," the Hitchcock sendup still raking in laughs off-Broadway, or the caustic sneer of "Speed-the-Plow," David Mamet's comic slap at deal making in Hollywood.

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