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- adjective Not
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Srinivas closed his eyes and folded his arms, an unlaughing Buddha with the indisputable authority of one who had flown.
And the faces of the wearers of these were unlaughing, but they held themselves just as proudly as the rest.
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She couldn't bring herself to believe that this grave, spent, unlaughing person at her side was Tabs, the gallant, care-free comrade she had asked to marry her.
The ass, though the dullest of all unlaughing animals, is reported to have once accomplished a great feat in the way of exciting laughter.
A hoary old sea-dog with unlaughing eyes was putting leading questions.
Too impatient amidst the heartless courtesies of society, and little practised in the minuter attentions, he has rarely sacrificed to the unlaughing graces of Lord Chesterfield.