- laughlin air force base,
- laughter club,
- laughton, charles,
Origin of laughter
Examples from the Web for laughters
How in this chorus of laughters, joyous and terrible, is the laughter of Shakespeare distinguishable?
Sentences that drifted in the night, laughters, sighs—these were part of a mask.Gargoyles|Ben Hecht
Unmoved is my depth: but it sparkleth with swimming enigmas and laughters.
And what were the ten reconciliations, and the ten truths, and the ten laughters with which my heart enjoyed itself?
A broken, lurching music came from them, a nasal melody that moaned among the laughters.Erik Dorn|Ben Hecht
Word Origin for laughter
late 14c., from Old English hleahtor, from Proto-Germanic *hlahtraz (cf. Old Norse hlatr, Danish latter, Old High German lahtar, German Gelächter); see laugh (v.).