(used as an exclamation or representation of laughter, as in expressing amusement or derision.)
- Compare haw-haw.
Other definitions for ha-ha (2 of 2)
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How to use ha-ha in a sentence
Haha, what a sad thing to be great at, but yeah, I guess I am.Patton Oswalt on Fighting Conservatives With Satire | William O’Connor | January 6, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
(applause) 37:54 LAGARDE: And that is something that I learned from my sons, to come back to… FRIEDMAN: Haha.
Then Bieber unleashed this tweet: “the black keys drummer should be slapped around haha.”Justin Bieber Freaks Out Over Grammys, Feuds With the Black Keys | Marlow Stern | February 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Haha that's one less to explain why I don't want to go there to my parents.
It was sixty miles to Haha Bay, but the road on the frozen river was good, and he could do a long stretch of it.The Quality of Mercy | W. D. Howells
And the women ran hither and thither, wailing and screaming and crying out: Haha!An Essence Of The Dusk, 5th Edition | F. W. Bain
Remember Amy Beirne--eloped with some inventor fellow--what's his name--oh, sure, Vivian, haha!V. V.'s Eyes | Henry Sydnor Harrison
From F. haha an interjection of laughter, hence a surprise in the form of an unexpected obstacle (that laughs at one).Archaic England | Harold Bayley
Minne means water; Minne-sota, turbid water, and Minne-haha does not signify “laughing,” but falling water.Memoirs | Charles Godfrey Leland
British Dictionary definitions for ha-ha (1 of 2)
a representation of the sound of laughter
an exclamation expressing derision, mockery, surprise, etc
British Dictionary definitions for ha-ha (2 of 2)
a wall or other boundary marker that is set in a ditch so as not to interrupt the landscape
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