If a man is not a laugher by nature, he had better let it alone.
And the maiden met him, and she said, "Is that thou; art thou a laugher?"
laugher was greatly respected for his gentle manners and uninterrupted cheerfulness.
But he was careless of social opinion, unbuttoned, and a laugher.
His hope was that all would end in laughter and in laugher be forgotten.
Then Carl would make a sudden spring, and catch the laugher.
Yet Scarron was in many respects a better man than Louis; and, laugher as he was, he had a good heart.
There is a lesson for gay and grave in the life of Scarron, the laugher.
Every one faced angrily in that direction, but the laugher had disappeared.
"She would do it again, monsieur the marquis," repeated the laugher.
A laughing matter, esp a game in which one team scores an annihilating victory: The two games he mentioned were laughers, Oklahoma 41–7 over North Carolina/ I like to see it about 16–0. I like laughers (1960s+ Sports)