Definition of Laughier
1. laughy [adj] - See also: laughy
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Literary usage of Laughier
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1. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1898)
"A burst of sharp laughier fol-lit' . lowe 1 this. " It wasn't so easy to -.'ct hold of Master Maginn in those " However, I did get hold of him, ..."
2. The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry, Selected from the Best by Lindley Murray (1826)
"All our gaiety is vain, All our laughier is but pain ; Lasting only, and divine, Is an innocence like thine. :"; SECTION XVIII. .;•<$• The Cuckoo. ..."
3. Poets of America by Edmund Clarence Stedman (1885)
"Our chanter can bear with dignity the provincial laughier of those to whom all is distasteful that is uncommon, ..."
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