Synonyms for laughter & types of laughter

Synonyms for laughter & types of laughter

WORDS TO DESCRIBE LAUGHTER "SYNONYMS FOR LAUGHTER"

 

When you laugh, you express yourself in many ways depending what kind of laugh you are releasing.

 

Your laughter holds whole world of emotions and opposites. Like love or loss, hope or hopefulness, easiness or uneasiness and courage or cowardice.

 

As you surely know, a laughter can transform your mood in a blink of an eye. It can make you feel secure, relaxed, connected, joyful, loved and whole roller coaster of other emotions.

 

Your laughter is a powerful transformative agent and one the healthiest activities that you can do.

 

 

A good laugh heals a lot of hurts. — Madeleine L’Engle TWEET THIS

 

 

TYPES OF LAUGHTER "FROM BELLY LAUGH TO TITTER"

 

Belly laugh
A deep, hearty and loud laughter that “comes” straight from your belly.

 

Boff
A loud hearty laughter that every comedian wants you to do after making a joke or punch line.

 

Bray
When you laugh loud and harshly sounding like a donkey.

 

Break up
When you laugh uncontrollably and with great intensity that it feels you are going to split into a pieces.

 

Cachinnation
When you laugh loud, convulsive and unrestrained manner.

 

Cackle
When you laugh loud and sound like a clucking hen after laying an egg.

 

Canned laughter (laugh track)
A recorded laughter that you hear in television shows or radio programs.

 

Chortle
When you laugh quietly or with restrain (a joyful and soft partly muffled laugh).

 

Chuckle
When you laugh inwardly in soft, quiet or muffled manner.

 

Convulse
When you are laughing and your body is completely out of control. You are laughing so hard that your balance is lost, you gasp for breath and you might fall off chair.

 

Die laughing
When your laughter is so intense that you feel total helplessness and transcendent experience as if you were dying. You feel like a new person after a refreshing moment of breathlessness and everything seems more vivid and sparkling for you. You've been born again!

 

 

laughter word gale definition 

Gale
When you are so amused that you can’t help yourself and burst into laughter.

 

Giggle
When you laugh with gentle and light short catches of the breath. The high-pitched or light and silly, giddy or affected laughter. Giggle is what you usually hear kids to do.

 

Guffaw
You guffaw when you release a burst of deep, loud and unrestrained hearty laughter. The word guffaw has Scottish origin and as a verb it means "to laugh in boisterous and loud manner".

 

Haw-haw
When you laugh out loud and sound like a horse.

 

Hee-haw
Same as haw-haw aka horselaugh or horse neighing laugh. When you burst into hearty and loud laughter and sound like horse.

 

Howl
When you laugh heartily, loudly and unrestrained manner under strong impulse.

 

 

A smile is a curve that sets everything straight. — Phyllis Diller TWEET THIS

 

 

Roar
When you release an outburst of deep, heartily and unrestrained laughter and sound bit like a wild animal.

 

Shriek
Similar to howl, but greater in intensity where you have sense of helplessness and vulnerability.

 

Silent laugh
When you laugh inwards and without a releasing a sound.

 

Snort
When your laughter sounds like a pig that is taking air through the nose.

 

Tee-hee
A weird light laughter that something between a giggle and titter.

 

 

Titter
When you laugh in a nervous, restrained and self-conscious manner.

 

 

WORDS TO EXPRESS LAUGHTER "EXCLAMATIONS TO GIVE VOICE FOR YOUR LAUGHTER"

 

Aha! Here is a bonus synonyms for laughter, that you can use to give a "sound" for written laughter.

 

Ahah
Bahaha
Bwah-hah-hah
Ha
Ha ha
Hah
Har har
Hardy har har
Haw haw
He he
Hee
Heh
Ho-ho-ho
Lol
Lmao
Muahaha
Mwah-hah-hah

 

Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine. — Lord Byron TWEET THIS

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