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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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For I saw some of those listening laugh outwardly at my absurdities all the time I was speaking, but at the same time they were bewailing their inner misery upon which my words turned.
For example, Laurel and Hardy made people laugh simply because one of them was very fat and the other was very thin.
Perhaps this reader and others must acknowledge that our lack of direct insiders' experience renders us only partially able to grasp the humor that has caused many black women to tell Dance that they keep this book handy for a quick smile, laugh, and moment of relief from stress.
We have laugh detectors in the brain that trigger a laugh response.
Concerned that the laugh track on Seinfeld influenced study volunteers' reactions, Kelley and his colleagues repeated their experiment with an episode of The Simpsons, which doesn't use recorded laughs.
After a good laugh, do you feel different than you did before?
A TOP psychologist is searching for Britain's biggest laugh .
The easiest way to get rid of aches and pains is to laugh them off.
The judges have told local police officers to find a way for the local residents of a Mumbai suburb to have the last laugh in a long running legal battle over whether the sound of laughter amounts to "aural aggression".
com)-- Jump & Laugh is a local inflatable company focusing on supporting the community.
PEOPLE living in the Midlands laugh more than almost anyone else in Britain - and just love a good giggle in the bedroom, a survey reveals today.
People who make others laugh may make friends especially easily, Martin theorizes.
The people of the Middle Ages understood this and decided to have the last laugh on evil.