Definition of Laugher

1. Noun. A person who is laughing or who laughs easily.

Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Specialized synonyms: Giggler, Titterer
Derivative terms: Laugh



2. Noun. An easy victory.
Exact synonyms: Blowout, Romp, Runaway, Shoo-in, Walkaway
Generic synonyms: Triumph, Victory
Derivative terms: Romp

Definition of Laugher

1. n. One who laughs.

Definition of Laugher

1. Noun. One who laughs. ¹

2. Noun. A variety of the domestic pigeon. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Laugher

1. one that laughs [n -S] - See also: laughs

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Laugher

laugh one's head off
laugh out of court
laugh softly
laugh track
laugh up one's sleeve
laughable
laughableness
laughablenesses
laughably
laughathons
laughe
laughed
laughed out of court
laughen
laugher (current term)
laughers
laughest
laugheth
laughful
laughier
laughiest
laughin'
laughing
laughing(a)
laughing-eyed
laughing-falcon
laughing-gas
laughing-goose
laughing-gull

Literary usage of Laugher

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law by Great Britain Bail Court (1872)
"laugher and another. Dec. 15. Semble, that the attaching by process from the ... The defendant laugher, who was a merchant in London, and agent to Messrs. ..."

2. The Eccentric Mirror:: Reflecting a Faithful and Interesting Delineation of by G. H. Wilson (1807)
"In the early part of his life laugher followed for many years the ... laugher remembers most of the principal occurrences of the last century, but, ..."

3. The Cities and Bishoprics of Phrygia: Being an Essay of the Local History of by William Mitchell Ramsay (1897)
"399. § 4. Therma p. 401. § 5. Orgas p. 404. § 6. Maeander p. 405. § 7. The laugher and the Weeper p. 407. § 8. ..."

4. Songs, for the New Age by James Oppenheim (1914)
"Thanks, laugher! I'm off now down the long road of myself, The way is clear: I could shout in this wind of freedom, Even as the sun rejoices that it sheds ..."

5. Wonderful Characters: Comprising Memoirs and Anecdotes of the Most by Henry Wilson (1842)
"laugher was educated at Christ-church College, Oxford ; where he remained nearly ... In the early part of his life laugher followed, for many years the ..."

6. Cases on Torts: With Abstracts of Lectures Upon Several Torts by Charles Albert Keigwin (1920)
"laugher vs. Pointer, f> B. & C. 547. King's Bench, 1826. The defendant, a gentleman usually residing in the country, being in town for a few days with his ..."

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