lulz

or luls

[ luhlz ]
/ lʌlz /
Informal.

plural noun

fun or laughs, especially from jokes or ridicule: Looking back on pranks we pulled for the lulz, I’m realizing some of them were really dangerous.

interjection

LOL: Lulz, I talked to six or seven people, and none of these “friends” told me I had spinach in my teeth—thanks for nothing, guys.

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Origin of lulz

First recorded in 2005–10; phonetic spelling of lolz

Words nearby lulz

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