Guffaws sentence example

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  • It became a joke to be passed from mouth to mouth, producing instant guffaws.
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  • Voltaire never dwells too long on this point, stays to laugh at what he has said, elucidates or comments on his own jokes, guffaws over them or exaggerates their form.
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  • His next touch, a miskick, brought more guffaws.
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  • Such a statement would provoke derisive guffaws from enthusiasts wedded to the myth of England's glorious past.
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  • Apart from a few guffaws, this didn't really change my life for the better.
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  • The audience hangs on the president's every one-liner; the slightest deadpan twitch induces guffaws (pretzels not included ).
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  • The audience hangs on the president's every one-liner; the slightest deadpan twitch induces guffaws (pretzels not included).
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  • Keeping an eye out for the funniest cards usually pays off in plenty of guffaws and snorts when it is opened.
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  • His words would have met derision and large guffaws!
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