The perfect amount of raunchy shock value to color a guffaw with a gasp.
She had an incredible laugh—something between a giggle and a guffaw.
Even those who support union with Russia guffaw when asked whether the referendum will be above board.
At the two first times Tom smiled suspiciously—at the last he burst out into an absolute “guffaw.”
A tremendous shout from one end of the ship to the other stopped his guffaw.
There was a nervous ring in the guffaw which concluded his question.
“Old Taffs started a cigar-case,” said Dick, bursting into a guffaw.
The Parnass took snuff, and his sneeze sounded like a guffaw.
It came, she seized it with some audacity, and the old gentleman's guffaw acknowledged her.
Fletcher took the gander with a guffaw, the old crone chuckled, and the young men laughed as they mounted their horses.
1720, Scottish, probably imitative of the sound of coarse laughter. Cf. gawf (early 16c.) "loud, noisy laugh." The verb is from 1721. Related: Guffawed; guffawing.