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- v. To recall (former laughter).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To recall, as former laughter.
And the remedy is not to unsay what he has said, not even, so to speak, to unlaugh what he has laughed, not to deny that there is something unique and curious about this American inquisition into our abstract opinions, but rather to continue the train of thought, and follow the admirable advice of Mr.H. G. Wells, who said, 'It is not much good thinking of a thing unless you think it out.'
Do you know how hard it is to make someone unlaugh?