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How to Pronounce Laughableness: Learn how to pronounce Laughableness in English correctly

Learn how to say Laughableness correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word laugh:

verb
[no object]
make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of derision:
he rarely smiled or laughed
she couldn’t help laughing at his jokes
we fell about laughing
(laugh at) treat with ridicule or scorn:
many people only laughed at these stories
(laugh something off) dismiss something by treating it in a light-hearted way:
he laughed off suggestions that the company was in trouble
(be laughing) informal be in a fortunate or successful position:
if next year’s model is as successful, Ford will be laughing
noun
1an act of laughing:
she gave a loud, silly laugh
2 (a laugh) informal something that causes laughter; a source of fun, amusement, or derision:
come along, it’ll be a laugh
she decided to play along with him for a laugh
that’s a laugh, the idea of you cooking a meal!
a person who is good fun or amusing company:
I like Peter—he’s a good laugh
Phrases

be laughing all the way to the bank

informal be making a great deal of money very easily:
investors in South Wales Electricity were laughing all the way to the bank
have the last laugh

be finally vindicated, thus confounding earlier scepticism:
the success of his novel meant he had the last laugh on the Irish literati
he who laughs last laughs longest

proverb don’t rejoice too soon, in case your delight at your own good fortune is premature.
laugh one’s head off

laugh heartily or uncontrollably:
the audience laughed its head off all the way through the show
laugh in someone’s face

show open contempt for someone by laughing rudely at them in their presence:
I remonstrated with him but he just laughed in my face
figurative
vandals and muggers who laugh in the face of the law
the laugh is on me (or you, him, etc.)

the tables are turned and now the other person is the one who appears ridiculous:
all the critics had laughed at him—well, the laugh was on them now
laugh like a drain

British informal laugh raucously:
when I told her I fancied her, she laughed like a drain
a laugh a minute