keep (one) in stitches

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keep (one) in stitches

To continue to make one laugh hysterically or uproariously. The stand-up comic kept the audience in stitches from beginning to end. My friend Michael always gets into the wackiest adventures, and his stories never fail to keep me in stitches.
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keep someone in stitches

Fig. to cause someone to laugh loud and hard, for a period of time. The comedian kept us in stitches for nearly an hour. The teacher kept the class in stitches, but the students didn't learn anything.
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