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Definition of "lauch" [lauch]

  • A Scotch form of laugh. (noun)
  • A Scotch form of law. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "lauch" in a sentence
  • "I joined up out of high school and became the "youngest" lauch petty officer on the Nimitz (at the time)."
  • "If the leader of NK is so big headed that he thinks he can lauch a missle and then not be immeadiately wiped of the map with a few American Bombs, he is a bigger idiot than I thought."
  • "If the Clintons pay the debt in full, the audit that the GOP would lauch against the Clintons would easily exceed $600,000."