If married, they laugh heartily with their wives over any letter or episode that is comical or sentimental.
So grotesque was the effect of this treble from a bulk so squat and broad and hairy as the silhouette before me that I almost laughed aloud.
" "Then that's the same volcano" Barnett laughed softly.
So she let the smile come to her lips and eyes, and then laughed outright in her excitement.
" Evadne laughed merrily.
She did not hear his stepshe was telling a bright story to the little sufferer, to make him forget his pain, and the boy was laughing loudly.
Mrs. Hildreth laughed lightly, as she laid her hand within her son's arm.
" She laughed bitterly.
Now, as the Queen Mary entered the mouth of the Thames and prepared' to leave the shores of Old England for the broad expanse of the North Sea, they sang, whistled and laughed gaily.
He laughed scornfully.
Even a peaceable fella like himself, not out after gore at all, but after an Orange Groveeven he, once he put onHe laughed out loud at his childishness, and then grew grave.
At that, I jumped back, in sudden fright, and threw my gun forward, in readiness; only to laugh, nervously, as Pepper reappeared, chasing an unfortunate cat.
she said, laughing hysterically.
Kurt laughed grimly.
He laughed immoderately, even as Buckheath had done.
Thus saying, he laughed harshly and stooping, drank his fill.
But the helmet swayed so oddly on his shoulders, his voice came from out it in such strange tones, that the more he gesticulated, the more he yelled and threatened me, the louder I laughed.
Long before the sun set she had quarrelled with Georgia, turned up her nose at Teddy, laughed derisively at poor Archie's dog-like devotion, and considerably perplexed and worried Mr. Gratton, who was astute enough to keep tactfully in the background, hurt her mother's feelings, and alarmed her father by a wild and for the instant perfectly heartfelt determination to go and be a "movie" actress.
" Then, with the involuntary misgiving that follows hard upon such boasting, he laughed uneasily and added, "I mean to sacrifice the first deer's tongue I don't want myself, to Yukon Inua; but here's to the south wind!"
Kelson laughed happily.
The wooden pretense of their attitude set Rudolph, for an instant, to laughing silently and bitterly.
" "You are pirates?" He laughed unpleasantly, as though the word had an ugly sound even to his ears.
" Inside the men were laughing uproariously, mingling accounts of love and war in a confused medleyhow a sweetheart in Petersburg was only waiting for the stars on her lover's collar to make him happy; how the Yankees would be wiped out of the Peninsula as soon as Jack Magruder got his nails pared for fight; how three Yankees had been gobbled that day, and how others were in the net to be taken in the morning.
They did not see much of their artist during the first days following her arrival, but one afternoon she brought Patsy a sketch and asked: "Who is this?" Patsy glanced at it and laughed gleefully.
She laughed at him mockingly.