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Laughing

lɑːf

Meanings of Laughing:

verb

Make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of derision.

Usage examples:

He rarely smiled or laughed
noun

An act of laughing.

Usage examples:

He has a long and hearty laugh at this old joke

Meanings of Laughing all the way to the bank:

idiom

To be earning a lot of money easily

Usage examples:

We'll be laughing all the way to the bank if this deal works out.

Meanings of Laughing-stock:

noun

Someone or something that seems stupid or silly, especially by trying to be serious or important and not succeeding

Usage examples:

Another performance like that and this team will be the laughing stock of the league.

Meanings of Laughingly:

adverb

In an amused way; with laughter.

Usage examples:

‘it just ended up being a huge success,’ spicer says laughingly, ‘and we couldn't figure it out.

Meanings of Laughingstock:

noun

A person subjected to general mockery or ridicule.

Usage examples:

She was the laughing stock of her class
phrase

An object of mockery or ridicule

Meanings of Laughingstocks:

noun

A person subjected to general mockery or ridicule.

Usage examples:

She was the laughing stock of her class

Laughs

lɑːf

Meanings of Laughs:

verb

Make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of derision.

Usage examples:

He rarely smiled or laughed
noun

An act of laughing.

Usage examples:

She gave a loud, silly laugh

Meanings of Laughsome:

adjective

That causes laughter; amusing.

Laughter

ˈlɑːf.tər

Meanings of Laughter:

noun

The action or sound of laughing.

Usage examples:

He roared with laughter

Meanings of Laughter is the best medicine:

idiom

Said to mean that trying to be happy is a good way to stop worrying

Meanings of Laughworthy:

adjective

Worthy of laughter; funny.

Meanings of Laughy:

adjective

Inclined to laugh; full of laughter.

Meanings of Lauhala:

noun

Originally: the hala tree, pandanus tectorius; (now chiefly) the dried leaf of the tree used as a material to make woven items.

Launce

lɑːns

Meanings of Launce:

noun

Another term for sand eel.

Launces

lɑːns

Meanings of Launces:

noun

Another term for sand eel.

Meanings of Launch:

verb

Set (a boat) in motion by pushing it or allowing it to roll into the water.

Usage examples:

The town's lifeboat was launched to rescue the fishermen
noun

An act or instance of launching something.

Usage examples:

The launch of a new campaign against drinking and driving

Launch-into

lɔːntʃ

Meanings of Launch-into:

phrasal verb

To start saying something or criticizing something with a lot of energy or anger

Usage examples:

He launched into a verbal attack on her handling of the finances.

Meanings of Launch-oneself:

verb

To send something out, esp. a vehicle into space or a ship onto water

Usage examples:

On the last shuttle mission, the crew launched a communications satellite., [ t ] we’re planning to…
noun

The introduction of a new product or service for sale to the public

Usage examples:

Since its launch, the game console has sold 6.7 million units around the world., brand/product laun…

Launched

lɔːntʃ

Meanings of Launched:

verb

Set (a boat) in motion by pushing it or allowing it to roll into the water.

Usage examples:

The town's lifeboat was launched to rescue the fishermen
noun

An act or instance of launching something.

Usage examples:

The launch of a new campaign against drinking and driving

Meanings of Launcher:

noun

A structure that holds a rocket or missile, typically one used as a weapon, during launching.

Usage examples:

A rocket launcher

Meanings of Launches:

verb

Set (a boat) in motion by pushing it or allowing it to roll into the water.

Usage examples:

The town's lifeboat was launched to rescue the fishermen
noun

An act or instance of launching something.

Usage examples:

The launch of a new campaign against drinking and driving

Meanings of Launching:

verb

Set (a boat) in motion by pushing it or allowing it to roll into the water.

Usage examples:

The town's lifeboat was launched to rescue the fishermen
noun

An act or instance of launching something.

Usage examples:

The launch of a new campaign against drinking and driving

Meanings of Launchpad:

noun

The area on which a rocket stands for launching, typically consisting of a platform with a supporting structure.

Launder

ˈlɔːn.dər

Meanings of Launder:

verb

Wash and iron (clothes or linen).

Usage examples:

He wasn't used to laundering his own bed linen
noun

A trough for holding or conveying water, especially (in mining) one used for washing ore.

Meanings of Laundered:

adjective

(of clothes or linen) washed and ironed.

Usage examples:

Laundered sheets
verb

Wash and iron (clothes or linen).

Usage examples:

He wasn't used to laundering his own bed linen

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