Sometimes I all but accept the view that, after all, men are no better than a laughing-stock of the gods, whatever gods there be.
As to the papal mercenaries, they had long been the laughing-stock of Europe.
No use to be standing here longer, the laughing-stock of all that's in it—Ferrinafad.
Of course, Peter was persuaded; he couldn't let England be the laughing-stock of the world.
They make art the laughing-stock of all refined and educated people.
He became the laughing-stock of the pueblo, and grew brutal and churlish accordingly.
Because he is going to make an ass of himself before the court, and what's worse, he'll make a laughing-stock of me.
Why, he must have been the laughing-stock of the whole land—and a laughing-stock never does anything.
Then turned me out ridiculous: an object of ridicule, a laughing-stock.
She had made him a laughing-stock, a buffoon, a political joke.