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Definition of "laugh at" []

  • Subject to laughter or ridicule (verb)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "laugh at" in a sentence
  • "At those tables in the great city she knew not ever to talk about herself, or complain about anything such as the heat, or the dullness of the season, or the antics of an actress; she knew not to babble about banalities, or laugh at things that were not very funny."
  • "Playing now at courses such as Pinehurst, Doral, and the Greenbriers Old White, and eating at restaurants where dinner costs, literally, what my father and his brothers used to earn in a week, I often think of them and try to keep hold of their ability to be happy with simple pleasures, to live in the moment, to set aside the burden of financial or family concerns and laugh at themselves."
  • "RAOUL:Other kids laugh at me when they see how I write."