laughing in the aisles

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laughing in the aisles

Laughing uproariously or hysterically. (Used especially in the phrase "have someone laughing in the aisles.") Your jokes are perfect for your speech tonight. You'll have them laughing in the aisles! I'm telling you, Mark's boyfriend is hilarious! You're going to be laughing in the aisles when you meet him.
See also: aisle, laugh
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COMIC Bobby Ball had them laughing in the aisles at St Paul's Church, Armitage Bridge.
CHURCH bloopers printed in a parish magazine had worshippers in Lapworth and Baddesley Clinton laughing in the aisles.
Meanwhile, Southport Comedy Week is revving up with a host of acts from all corners of the globe ready to have you laughing in the aisles.
GUEST speaker David Howe had them laughing in the aisles during a meeting of Horeston Grange Women's Insititute in Nuneaton.
Can you spin a stem-winding speech that also leaves 'era laughing in the aisles? Then put your money where your mouth is and sign up for the Concord Area Toastmasters Speech contest, 6 p.m.
COMIC Paul Merton had them laughing in the aisles ...by marrying girlfriend Sarah Parkinson dressed as Sergeant Pepper.
Last year, writer, broadcaster and raconteur Gervase Phinn had them laughing in the aisles.
Jimmy Cricket will have people laughing in the aisles when he performs at the Stafford Gatehouse Theatre on November 15.
COMIC Paul Merton had them laughing in the aisles yesterday...by marrying girlfriend Sarah Parkinson dressed as the Beatles' Sergeant Pepper.
A VENUE will see audiences laughing in the aisles when it holds a special tribute to a much-loved comedian.
Keith Royston is one of our most talented actors and directors and tomorrow his comic talents will be helping to keep audiences in Halifax laughing in the aisles.