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Definition of "laugher" [laugh•er]

  • To express or manifest emotion, esp mirth or amusement, typically by expelling air from the lungs in short bursts to produce an inarticulate voiced noise, with the mouth open (verb)
  • (esp of certain mammals or birds) to make a noise resembling a laugh (verb)
  • To utter or express with laughter (verb)
  • To bring or force (someone, esp oneself) into a certain condition by laughter (verb)
  • To make fun (of); jeer (at) (verb)
  • To read or discuss something with laughter (verb)
  • The act or an instance of laughing (noun)
  • A manner of laughter (noun)
  • A person or thing that causes laughter (noun)
  • One who laughs. (noun)

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  • A variety of the domestic pigeon. (noun)

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Use "laugher" in a sentence
  • "USATODAY. com - Nets send Wizards to 4th straight loss in laugher"
  • "Miami Herald columnist Israel Gutierrez says last night's "laugher" -- and a sense of humor -- are the best medicine for everything that ails the Miami Heat."
  • "(Later, the master of ceremonies, Roland Martin, made joking reference to Reverend Warren’s special role on Tuesday while introducing a pastor to give the ball’s opening prayer: “We’ve had a lot of drama over invocations lately,” he said to laugher from the crowd.)"