or lol

[ el-oh-elor, often, lol ]


  1. laughing out loud; laugh out loud: used as a response to something funny or as a follow-up to something said only as a joke:

    You can see from the pics that my dog did not appreciate how we dressed him up for Halloween this year. LOL!

verb (used without object)

, LOLed, LOL·ing.
  1. to laugh: I can’t stop loling over this dumb video!

    I literally LOLed when I got your text.

    I can’t stop loling over this dumb video!


abbreviation for

  1. laughing out loud

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Word History and Origins

Origin of LOL1

First recorded in 1985–90; from its use in digital communications
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Example Sentences

(Cyrus and Esco met while working together on the 2012 film LOL).

The only issue was whether “we can get [Blanc] calm and able to talk lol.”

Shakespeare allusions appear everywhere from LOL cats to cell phone commercials to the best television series ever.

Asked if Rangel likes the song and has any plans to record a rap of his own, his campaign responded, “LOL, seriously?”

“lol so odee was killed by a girl smh [shaking my head],” one street guy later tweeted.

And yet these portents were valid enough too, as Nivin could have told him—the customary welcome at Lol Raman's.

They entered the garden of Lol Raman to find it disposed as usual, inviting the evening trade.

A native child approaches, bearing as an offering a Lol Ipop (one of the native fruits).

Robson gave every stanza a nonsensical refrain of "Right tooral lol looral, right tooral lol lay."

It is also due in part to the belief that there was a large river flowing between the Bahr-el-Homr and the Lol.





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