He didn't join them, but he was clearly enjoying watching them, even laughing once when Destiny gave up her home run to chase down the ball.
Laughing softly at the matching shadows of her hair and skirt, she imagined it was a Christmas tree.
We chatted amicably around the oak table, laughing at each other's stories.
Several of the Guardians were gathered in the informal dining area at the far end of the kitchen, laughing and talking as they played cards.
Damian glared at both of them, suddenly aware they were laughing at him.
Was the Dark One laughing at her right now?
"Why are you laughing?" she asked curiously.
Of course, they were laughing and having fun.
"I'm game," he said, laughing quietly.
He was laughing again.
"This isn't a laughing matter, Mr. Dean," Corday said sternly.
We're not laughing at you.
With deadly accuracy, she threw the ball at him, laughing when it bounced off his leather coat and sprayed a mist of white crystals in his face.
The children were monitored by a few teens, who sat in one corner laughing and talking.
He and his lady friend were drunk, at least it sounded like it, laughing and all.
I wasn't laughing at you.
It's not a laughing matter — not to me, anyway.
I'm really not laughing at you.
When they returned to the table out of breath and laughing, Carmen complimented them.
As hard as she was laughing, squirming away would have been impossible, even if she had possessed the strength - and it was obvious she didn't.
Jessi wasn't certain if she should be laughing or horrified by the fawning women.
Produce without making himself a laughing-stock.
She squeezed the kitten, though, until it screeched; and then the old cab-horse made several curious sounds that led the little girl to suspect he was laughing at them all.
Then they rode on, talking and laughing as before.
I couldn't help laughing, for at that very moment Viney was shouting at the top of her voice:
Not even rats in the wall, for they were starved out, or rather were never baited in--only squirrels on the roof and under the floor, a whip-poor-will on the ridge-pole, a blue jay screaming beneath the window, a hare or woodchuck under the house, a screech owl or a cat owl behind it, a flock of wild geese or a laughing loon on the pond, and a fox to bark in the night.
Madame de Genlis! shouted laughing voices through the door.