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laugh

up/in (one's) sleeve
To rejoice or exult in secret, as at another's error or defeat.
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Bryant believes that the research illustrates that the two types of laughs - real and fake - are made by two separate vocalization systems.
Laugh Riot Press is a new website promoting a community of independent writers and their funny books.
Logan needs constant entertainment and Craig's good at making him laugh.
We introduced ourselves by saying our name and laughing any kind of laugh we wanted.
Friends and family could sit with you, and you could all have one more good, long laugh together.
My teachers make me laugh and my mam and dad make me laugh and my brother and my little sister.
Laugh at her or throw roses at her feet, this time around, the lady's got a way with discord.
We hope Stooples will remind them to laugh and not take everything in the office so seriously.
Jonathan's not only gorgeous, he's hilarious--which is all good, until you laugh so hard at his joke that milk explodes from your nose with monster-truck force.
Mary: There's a danger in getting that consistent laugh.
Babies first laugh about three or four months after birth, way before they can understand a joke.
James soon discovered something we all know: It's easy to laugh when you feel good.
They both still laugh, and they both have smiles that can melt hearts.