`People would laugh at us
.' So she took it into an attic and put it away with all sorts of rubbish, for my wife can never throw anything away.
My father's brother paid us a visit in our solitude; discovered what was going on between Mary and me; and was, at first, naturally enough, inclined to laugh at us
. Closer investigation altered his way of thinking.
They feed and pamper the vermin who are eating away the foundations of the country, and, damn it all, when we put a clear case to them, when we show them men whom we know to be dangerous, they laugh at us
and tell us that it isn't our department!
"We ought, in our adventures, never to be defeated or give any one a chance to laugh at us
. In England, lately, we failed, we were beaten, and that is a blemish on our reputation."
Besides, people would laugh at us
, and make fun of my old-fashioned accomplishment.
You men tell us we are angels, and say we can make you what we will, but the instant we honestly try to do you good, you laugh at us
and won't listen, which proves how much your flattery is worth." Amy spoke bitterly, and turned her back on the exasperating martyr at her feet.
Unquestionably, Edmond's star is in the ascendant, and he will marry the splendid girl -- he will be captain, too, and laugh at us
all, unless" -- a sinister smile passed over Danglars' lips -- "unless I take a hand in the affair," he added.
The speck of a boat grew larger and larger, till we could see Big Alec and his partner, with a turn of the sturgeon line around a cleat, resting from their labor to laugh at us
. Charley pulled his sou'wester over his eyes, and I followed his example, though I could not guess the idea he evidently had in mind and intended to carry into execution.
Your clever woman will meet a knot of other women who only come here to laugh at us
, and when they hear 'Madame Rabourdin' announced--"
Why, we know nothing ourselves; and besides, sir," said he, "should we talk to them of God and Jesus Christ, and heaven and hell, it would make them laugh at us
, and ask us what we believe ourselves.
When freedom's enemies notice we're not brave to defend our values whatever the cost, they will laugh at us
because our democracy's foundations are falling apart as an easy prey.
"These people don't laugh at us
when they book us for their shows and family functions but they laugh at us
when we like any human being are going through some trouble," she said.
Satire has a civilising function, in that it not only makes others laugh at us
, but causes us to examine our own motives.
He said: "We aimed for fourth this season and people laughed at us, but they didn't laugh at us
straight away when we were second.
"We aimed for fourth this season and people laughed at us, but they didn't laugh at us
when we were second, they waited until we dropped off a bit," he said.