laughing water

laughing water

verb
See also: laugh, water
References in classic literature ?
There was no laughing water sparkling in the sunshine.
He was still a little boy; his hair and skin smelled like childhood, which smelled like sunlight and leaves and sounded like laughing water.
Laughing Water, co-owner of the Real Foods Store, agrees with Cashell's approach.
The evening was rounded off by three cheeky little blighters from French genius, Jean Bousquet who had discovered a few acres of perfection in Argentina and decided to knock out some seriously orgasmic laughing water.
Of course, there was a lot of laughing water around in those days.
People started to get up, but I finally talked her into it after a couple of shots of laughing water.
Laughing Water, the pantomime dame part, will be portrayed by Matthew Goodfellow, who played Dodger in the Society's production of Oliver last year.
SWASH BUCKLER: Lord Mayor Jack Spriggs with Eunice Huthart and Gareth Wilde as Laughing Water Picture: COLIN LANE
The result is a jolly adventure in which Wendy and her brothers, together with the lovely Tiger Lily and her mother Laughing Water (a dame role played by roly-poly GarethWilde),arecapturedby the pirates.
Laughing Waters Beach in Jamaica where Ursula Andress comes out of the sea in Dr No.
The Fields chose a Mediterranean Revival look for their bayfront estate and called it "Wealaka," the Indian word for laughing waters.