• (adj): Showing or feeling mirth or pleasure or happiness.
    Example: "Laughing children"
    Synonyms: riant

Some articles on laughing:

Laughing Baby
... The Laughing Baby is an Internet neologism given to a YouTube viral video of a baby laughing ... popularized by another user known as BlackOleg, the "Laughing Baby" is one of the few internet memes that have entered popular culture ...
Canned Wheat
... Two of the band's hits were taken from the album "Laughing" and "Undun" ... re-recorded two of the strongest numbers "Laughing" and "Undun" at A R ... To prove the point that the RCA studio was unsuitable, dubs of "Laughing" and "Undun" were sent to RCA ...
Lulzwut - Variations On The Theme - Variants of LOL
... "Laughing out loud out loud out loud out loud"), but is meant to suggest several LOLs in a row ... LMAO For "Laughing my ass off" ... Variant LMFAO ("Laughing my fucking ass off") ...
Laughing Whitefish Falls Scenic Site
... The Laughing Whitefish Falls Scenic Site is a waterfall and state park located in Onota Township and Rock River Township, in far western Alger County, Michigan ... Laughing Whitefish Falls is formed by an abrupt limestone escarpment of the Laughing Whitefish River, which flows northward into Lake Superior ...
Laughing Bird Caye
... Laughing Bird Caye is an island off the coast of Placencia, Belize ... On 21 December 1991, Laughing Bird Caye National Park was declared ... The national park is named after the Laughing Gull which breeds there ...

Famous quotes containing the word laughing:

    When the voices of children are heard on the green
    And laughing is heard on the hill,
    My heart is at rest within my breast
    And everything else is still.
    William Blake (1757–1827)

    Oh, for boyhood’s painless play,
    Sleep that wakes in laughing day,
    Health that mocks the doctor’s rules,
    Knowledge never learned of schools.
    John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–1892)

    Give her a little grace,
    What if a laughing eye
    Have looked into your face?
    It is about to die.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)