What is another word for laughs?

Pronunciation: [lˈafz] (IPA)

The word "laughs" refers to the sounds made by someone who finds something funny. Luckily, there are plenty of synonyms for this fun-filled term. Chuckles, giggles, snickers, chortles, cackles, guffaws, and snorts are just a few examples of alternative descriptors for the sounds of humor. Each synonym brings its own unique connotation and flair to the table, allowing writers and speakers alike to convey their impressions of a humorous moment with precision and style. Experimenting with synonyms for laughs can help elevate one's writing and speaking, making for a more engaging and entertaining linguistic experience.

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Usage examples for Laughs

And with one of his sauciest laughs Massingbred moved away, leaving the Jew very far from content with "the situation."
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
He laughs at this, and offers, if she will go with him, to put her on the way.
"Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck"
Jethro Bithell
He laughs at those who cannot hear the word revolution without a shudder.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae

Famous quotes with Laughs

  • To listen to some devout people, one would imagine that God never laughs.
    Sri Aurobindo
  • When a man laughs at his troubles he loses a great many friends. They never forgive the loss of their prerogative.
    Francis Bacon
  • I just consider myself a piece of the puzzle and I'm lucky enough to be asked or invited to the party, if you will. I hope I can bring some laughs and grimaces to the fans.
    Adam Baldwin
  • For me, the great joy is to watch an audience watching what I've made. To hear not a peep from the audience at the right moment, and then to hear the laughs and the cheers.
    Michael Bay
  • The average adult laughs 15 times a day; the average child, more than 400 times.
    Martha Beck

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