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amuse to cause to smile or laugh. [1/2 definitions]
belly laugh (informal) a deep hearty laugh. [1/2 definitions]
cachinnate to laugh very loudly or excessively.
cackle to laugh or speak with such a sound. [2/5 definitions]
chuckle to laugh softly or in a half-suppressed manner. [2/3 definitions]
fleer1 to sneer, snicker, or laugh mockingly; mock. [2 definitions]
giggle to laugh in a lighthearted, silly, or nervous way with short, convulsive sounds. [2 definitions]
heehaw a noisy, silly laugh. [1/3 definitions]
horselaugh a loud, raucous, or coarse laugh, usu. derisive; guffaw.
howl (informal) to laugh loudly and exuberantly. [2/8 definitions]
jest to laugh at or mock. [1/6 definitions]
laughing that laughs or tends to laugh. [1/3 definitions]
raucous loud, sharp, and rasping, as a bird's call or a human's voice or laugh. [1/2 definitions]
ridicule to make fun of or laugh at, esp. unkindly or contemptuously; mock; deride. [1/2 definitions]
risibility (often pl.) the ability or tendency to laugh or to see the humorous absurdity in something.
risible able or inclined to laugh. [1/2 definitions]
roar to laugh loudly. [1/8 definitions]
scream to laugh hysterically or uncontrollably. [1/6 definitions]
snicker to laugh in a sly, partly suppressed way. [2/3 definitions]
snigger variant of snicker; to laugh in a sly, partly suppressed way. [2/3 definitions]
straight face a facial expression showing no emotion, esp. one concealing a desire to laugh.