\lˈaf], \lˈaf], \l_ˈa_f]\
Definitions of LAUGH
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n. [Anglo-Saxon] To give expression to pleasure, mirth, or sense of the ludicrous by a twinkling of the eyes, contortion of the features, convulsive catching of the breath, and heaving or shaking of the sides;â€” to smile or grin;â€” to chuckle; to titter;â€” to he merry or gay;â€” to seem favourable, pleasant, or fertile;â€” to shout for joy;â€” v.t. To ridicule or deride;â€” to scorn;â€” imp. & pp. laughed; ppr. laughing.