horse laugh


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

horse laugh

n. a mocking and sarcastic laugh. He came out with a horse laugh that caused some eyebrows to raise.
See also: horse, laugh
References in periodicals archive ?
Greenie's horse laugh could have been heard in Soho Square, where referees are allowed to believe they're doing a marvellous job despite vile criticism from the media.
I AM afraid the only possible response to the front-page story on prize-money 'British racing on the slide' (October 8) is a horse laugh.
Fun-loving Sarah Jordan shares a horse laugh with a friend she met on holiday.
Bookies nightmare Norton's Coin pays a visit, council boob costs pounds 9,000 and much more make the news 21 years ago this week Winner has the last horse laugh Shock Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Norton's Coin was not the most appropriate choice to open a new South Wales betting shop.
This verdict was greeted with a mighty horse laugh at Westminster, where the Hammond Report into his role in the Hinduja cash-for-passports affair is seen as an establishment whitewash.
Nelson's Einstein is a kind of nebbishy Groucho Marx: sly, aggressive and disarmingly self-satisfied, with a big, goofy horse laugh.
Mind you, some of the antics of the first two weeks of the election campaign may have been enough to make a horse laugh.