Laugh synonyms and antonyms
Category: Part of speech:
A short, spasmodic laugh. (Archaic) To call together, or call to follow, as a hen calls her chickens; to cluck.
A sly or derisive, partly stifled laugh
A hearty, boisterous burst of laughter.
An instance of giggling or tittering.
The act or sound of snorting
Anything that provokes such a laugh, as a line in a play
One, such as a joke, that causes such a laugh.
To smirk is to make a conceited and arrogant facial expression or to smile in an arrogant way.
Words shouted or screamed.
(Austral., N.Z., Informal) To treat (someone) to (a round of drinks, etc.)
Something to be laughed at or joked about
To titter means to laugh or giggle in a somewhat suppressed way.
Gladness and merriment, especially when expressed by laughter.
A sound made in imitation of laughter.
(Intransitive) To smile, parting the lips so as to show the teeth.
(Archaic) A matter for or cause of laughter
The definition of a riot is a violent uprising or wild disturbance by a crowd, or an outburst or torrent of uncontrolled feelings or emotions.
To say (something) while sobbing.
The definition of a shriek is a high-pitched scream or cry often made when angry, scared or in pain.
To crow is to make a loud and shrill cry, or to boast about something.
To break or separate into pieces.
The definition of a whimper is a soft, feeble cry, or an anticlimactic or mild ending.
To shed (tears) as an expression of emotion: (Uncountable) Joy; merriment; mirth; gaiety; particularly, the mirth enjoyed at a feast.
To utter or express with a silly, self-conscious, often coy smile:
To quiz is defined as to test knowledge. (Uncountable) The quality of being absurd or inconsistent with obvious truth, reason, or sound judgment. [First attested in the early 16 th century.] Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sound
To feel or show deferential regard for; esteem or admire:
A loud, often silly laugh like a bray
(Informal) A person or thing considered hilariously funny
(Currying) To stretch on a beam, as a hide.
Mock is to tease someone or make someone the object of scorn, or to mimic or imitate someone to get laughs or to insult the person.
To deride is defined as to laugh at or make fun of someone or something.
To jeer is defined as to make fun of in a mean or mocking way.
Scoff is defined as to mock or to scorn.
A sound suggesting the cry of an owl, especially the sound of a horn.
The state or quality of being hilarious
Something forced into or put over the mouth to prevent speaking or crying out.
Capable of transmitting a disease; contagious:
The definition of risible is a person or thing with the ability to laugh, is related to laughing or is funny.
To talk in a rapid, tremulous manner expressive of agitation, timidity, etc.; chatter
A gaseous fuel, such as natural gas.
A sudden, unreasoning, hysterical fear, often spreading quickly
To cachinnate is to laugh loudly or laugh hard. Synonym Study
refers to loud, coarse laughter
is used of a sly, half-suppressed laugh, as at another's discomfiture or a bawdy story
both refer to a laugh consisting of a series of rapid, high-pitched sounds, suggesting embarrassment, nervousness, or silliness, but giggle often implies an uncontrollabale fit of such laughter and titter implies a half-suppressed laugh, as a laugh of mild amusement suppressed in affected politeness
implies soft laughter in low tones, expressive of mild amusement or inward satisfaction
is the general word for the sounds or exhalation made in expressing mirth, amusement, etc.
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