They guffawed that the EU might get the peace prize, but never the Nobel for economics or, indeed, for chemistry.
First a puzzled look came into his eyes—then he guffawed aloud.
Chloe, bending nearly double, guffawed loudly at her own joke.
A guffawed chorus of derision rudely smote his burning ears.
"I might say it's 'cause you're so purty to look at," he guffawed at this bit of humor.
"You look like a honeymooner, I don't think," guffawed Hobbs.
I minded it not that they guffawed and heaped derision upon me.
Finally they threw back their heads and guffawed louder than ever.
Nando, not skilled in European politeness, guffawed uproariously.
She boxed his ears, while he guffawed and clucked at his team.
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.