I laugh at her ignorance.
She willed herself not to laugh at his joke, but it was hard.
I was wrong to laugh at Mack, we're getting it still worse, said Nesvitski.
Like shipwrecked sailors, they put on what they can find on the beach, and at a little distance, whether of space or time, laugh at each other's masquerade.
Voltaire never dwells too long on this point, stays to laugh at what he has said, elucidates or comments on his own jokes, guffaws over them or exaggerates their form.
His body took it this time, and his soul didn't laugh at her as it had when she tried to turn him into a rock.
I had to laugh at Quinn.
More than once, when the noise of the wheels prevented his catching what Pierre said, he asked him to repeat it, and by the peculiar glow that came into Prince Andrew's eyes and by his silence, Pierre saw that his words were not in vain and that Prince Andrew would not interrupt him or laugh at what he said.
A Machiavellian plan for isolating Germany and surrounding her with a net of hostile forces, gave way to a spirit of confidence which could afford to laugh at the terror of Germany which, to judge from the sensational reports of certain popular British journals, had seized upon Great Britain.
They laugh at long-togs so, Flask; but seems to me, a Long tailed coat ought always to be worn in all storms afloat.