Laughing in a sentence

The word "laughing" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of laughing and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Laughing

  • from Laugh v. i.

How to use laughing in a sentence. Laughing pronunciation.

He's a Jim-dandy-works all day and half the night, and if the tax-gatherer isn't at the door, wakes up laughing.
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I could have walked the broad way with a laughing heart, though, in truth, habit of mind and desire have kept me in the better path.
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I have seen in a Parisian theatre men, their wives, and their families laughing unrestrainedly at a piece, that if exhibited before an American audience would simply disgust some, and make others morbidly attentive.
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She had begun her acquaintance with him by laughing at him and trying to cover him with ridicule.
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If I had not written this, it would have rankled in me, and now it has passed and I feel like laughing.
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She refused, laughing; but the painter's assurance next day, that she had been prayed for in that meeting, made her restless, uneasy and sick.
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Some of the persons in the room were weeping, others laughing; the sons came nearer the bed, and asked, "Mother, do you know me?
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I couldn't ask you to come and see it then,' he added, laughing.
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Nancy, after a moment's reluctance, unfastened her hat, and stood bareheaded, blushing and laughing.
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I stayed till the police had cleared the grounds, and then came home, laughing all the way.
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And he left her, Fanny laughing scornfully.
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As the man who administered the laughing gas was out at lunch, I prepared to go through with it in cold blood, and seated myself in the operating chair in the most natural attitude I could assume-something like the one I had taken under the crab-tree.
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The man hesitated, flushed under his sunburned cheeks, and threw a look of deadly hatred upon the laughing group round him.
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There were five or six women-some pretty, all well bred-who, in adopting the habit of thinking, had not lost the habit of laughing, nor the desire to please.
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Madame de Tecle, in using this opportunity of giving her daughter a lesson on reserve and on convenance, avoided treating the matter too seriously and even seemed to laugh heartily at it, although she had little inclination to do so, and the child finished by laughing with her. Camors, meanwhile, remained at home, congratulating himself on his campaign, which seemed to him, not without reason, to have been a masterpiece of stratagem.
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But the mother, half laughing, half crying, followed Madame de Tecle step by step, speaking to her, and kissing her garments.
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Exceptis excipiendis', I hope," responded the old gentleman, laughing.
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Then they rest a moment, panting, laughing, showing their teeth; another look-and they repeat the same performance.
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Monsieur de Camors, with his head resting on the pillow of the cradle, and laughing at this little creature, who smiled back at him!
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So I appointed one to watch when the gates of the town were ready to be shut, and to give us notice; and so the Doctor and I staid with them playing and laughing, and at last were forced to bid good night for fear of being locked into the town all night.
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Examples of Laughing

Example #1
Say, it makes my eyes water sometimes to see the fellah slogging away.
Example #2
Here the people are all right and the Government all wrong.
Example #3
But offences must come, and woe to him from whom the offence cometh!
Example #4
I have in me some hidden depths of luxury, a secret heart of pleasure, an understanding for the forbidden thing.
Example #5
This kind of literature, comic or tragic, disseminated as it everywhere is among impulsive and passionate Russian readers, has been anything but morally healthful.
Example #6
The spirit of mockery in the Parisian throws off the germs of their theatre and their fiction.