Definition of Laugh track

1. Noun. Prerecorded laughter added to the soundtrack of a radio or television show.

Generic synonyms: Soundtrack

Definition of Laugh track

1. Noun. The soundtrack of laughter sounds that accompanies a television show ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Laugh Track

laugh a minute
laugh all the way to the bank
laugh at
laugh away
laugh down
laugh in one's sleeve
laugh like a drain
laugh like a hyena
laugh line
laugh loudly
laugh machine
laugh off
laugh one's head off
laugh out of court
laugh softly
laugh track (current term)
laugh up one's sleeve
laughed out of court

Literary usage of Laugh track

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1. The Origin of Emotions: Version 1.0 by Mark Devon (2006)
"People who laugh while watching television alone hear the audience laugh track. Laughter is not always preceded by humor. People laugh at jokes they do not ..."

2. Why Small Groups?: Together Toward Maturity by C J Mahaney (1996)
"In that case, I recommend that you invest in a laugh- track tape. Hiding a cassette player under a couch generally works well. Just make sure you don't turn ..."

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