laughing (Meaning)

Wordnet

laughing (s)

showing or feeling mirth or pleasure or happiness

Webster

laughing (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Laugh

Webster

laughing (a. & n.)

from Laugh, v. i.

Synonyms & Antonyms of laughing

laughing Sentence Examples

  1. The young girls found joy in laughing together as they played at the playground.
  2. The comedian's hilarious jokes had the audience laughing uncontrollably throughout the entire show.
  3. The office was filled with laughter as coworkers shared funny stories during their lunch break.
  4. The child's laughter was like music to the ears of his parents, who loved hearing him being happy.
  5. The friends couldn't stop laughing as they reminisced about their childhood adventures.
  6. The teacher's silly jokes had the students laughing and making learning fun.
  7. The laughter of the children filled the park as they played and enjoyed the warm summer day.
  8. The sound of the laughing seagulls filled the air as they soared over the ocean.
  9. The laughter of the crowd was deafening as the comedian delivered his punchline.
  10. The baby's laughter was contagious, making everyone in the room smile and feel happy.

FAQs About the word laughing

showing or feeling mirth or pleasure or happinessof Laugh, from Laugh, v. i.

jolly, festive,merry, amused, humorous, joking, jocular, bright, cheerful, lively

weeping, sad, downcast, crestfallen, heartbroken, blue, abject, disconsolate, blue, crying

The young girls found joy in laughing together as they played at the playground.

The comedian's hilarious jokes had the audience laughing uncontrollably throughout the entire show.

The office was filled with laughter as coworkers shared funny stories during their lunch break.

The child's laughter was like music to the ears of his parents, who loved hearing him being happy.