verb (used without object)
- guevara, che,
- guevara, ernesto “che”,
- guggenheim museum,
Origin of guffaw
Examples from the Web for guffawed
They guffawed that the EU might get the peace prize, but never the Nobel for economics or, indeed, for chemistry.
The trooper looked dumbfounded at the sick man—so totally different in appearance from the Leader, then guffawed.Futuria Fantasia, Spring 1940|Various
"Donkin's dead," guffawed some one, "Sell 'is bloomin' clothes," shouted another.The Nigger Of The "Narcissus"|Joseph Conrad
Sam guffawed, and by this action sprang that little rift between the friends that widened before long into a gulf.The Astonishing History of Troy Town|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Word Origin for guffaw
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.