Laugh

  • (noun): A humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter.
    Example: "Thanks for the laugh"
    Synonyms: joke, gag, jest, jape
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on laugh:

List Of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Episodes
... This is an episode list of American sketch comedy show Rowan Martin's Laugh-In ... Many popular entertainers of the 1960s and early 1970s appeared on Laugh-In portraying characters in comedy sketches or appearing as themselves ...
Laugh At Me
... "Laugh At Me" was a one-hit wonder for Sonny Bono as a solo artist under the name Sonny ... success as a solo artist with the exception of "Laugh At Me" ... "Laugh At Me" has been released on the Sonny Cher compact disc The Beat Goes On, as well as the Rhino handmade release of Sonny Bono's only solo album, Inner Views ...
Super Pink - Laugh Track
... The Pink Panther Show contained a laugh track when the Pink Panther cartoons were broadcast on NBC-TV ... As a result, the laugh-tracked version is currently available ...
Laughter In Animals - Dogs
... A dog laugh sounds similar to a normal pant ... bursts of frequencies, resulting in a laugh ... When this recorded dog-laugh vocalization is played to dogs in a shelter setting, it can initiate play, promote pro-social behavior, and decrease stress ...
Laugh Comics Digest
... Laugh Comics Digest was a publication of Archie Comics that lasted for 200 issues from August 1974 through April 2005 ... The title was first published as Laugh Comics Digest, then the name was later changed to Laugh Comics Digest Magazine, and finally it was changed to Laugh Digest Magazine ...

More definitions of "laugh":

  • (noun): The sound of laughing.
    Synonyms: laughter
  • (noun): A facial expression characteristic of a person laughing.
    Example: "His face wrinkled in a silent laugh of derision"

Famous quotes containing the word laugh:

    When we can begin to take our failures nonseriously, it means we are ceasing to be afraid of them. It is of immense importance to learn to laugh at ourselves.
    Katherine Mansfield (1888–1923)

    There certainly men would live forever, and laugh at death and the grave.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    When Dad can’t get the diaper on straight, we laugh at him as though he were trying to walk around in high-heel shoes. Do we ever assist him by pointing out that all you have to do is lay out the diaper like a baseball diamond, put the kid’s butt on the pitcher’s mound, bring home plate up, then fasten the tapes at first and third base?
    Michael K. Meyerhoff (20th century)