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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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Old Edward King was small of stature and when he passed people in the street laughed a queer un- mirthful laugh.
Tom King laughed good naturedly and the shiv- ery, nervous laugh of Edward King rang through the house.
He made Adelaida and Alexandra laugh all the way to the Vauxhall; but they both laughed so very really and promptly that the worthy Evgenie began at last to suspect that they were not listening to him at all.
Epanchin a little, and amused the girls; they bowed and shook hands with some of their friends and nodded at a distance to others; they examined the ladies' dresses, noticed comicalities and eccentricities among the people, and laughed and talked among themselves.
So he made much of Robin, and laughed and talked with him more than with any of the others.
At this all laughed, the Sheriff loudest of all, for he said to himself, "Surely this is indeed some prodigal, and perchance I may empty his purse of some of the money that the fool throweth about so freely." Then he spake aloud to Robin, saying, "Thou art a jolly young blade, and I love thee mightily"; and he smote Robin upon the shoulder.
"I daresay she won't scratch your eyes out if you call her that too," laughed Philip.
"Don't be so absurd," he laughed, touched by her appreciation so that he felt the moisture come to his eyes.
"Lots of good you'd get out of the thermometer, then," laughed the man.
Of that I am very sure!"--and she laughed. "Do you know where he is going next year?
Being unable to swallow she threw away the bread and laughed.
All of which Will laughed at, accepted graciously, and did n't obey; but he liked it, and trudged away for another week's work, rested, cheered, and strengthened by that quiet, happy day with Polly, for he had been brought up to believe in home influences, and this brother and sister loved one another dearly, and were not ashamed to own it.
And then she began to laugh too and they both laughed until they could not stop themselves and they laughed until the room echoed and Mrs.
It was a great while since D'Artagnan had laughed so long together.
Francis of Assisi in a new dransmigration produced, und he laughed und said he hal never preach to der fishes.