1 "Of course not," laughed Robert.
2 Mademoiselle laughed maliciously.
3 They talked and laughed; some of them sang.
4 She scolded him, laughed at him, played with him.
5 The little musician laughed all over when she saw Edna.
6 We'll let you in on the inside if you say so, Doctor, he laughed.
7 She laughed at Arobin's pretensions, and deplored Mrs. Highcamp's ignorance.
8 Her laugh consisted of a contortion of the face and all the muscles of the body.
9 He did not say this, but she understood it, and laughed, nodding good-by to him.
10 She slipped them upon her fingers; then clasping her knees, she looked across at Robert and began to laugh.
11 She laughed and bantered him a little, remembering too late that she should have been dignified and reserved.
12 "It counts with a foolish old woman whom you have captivated," replied Mademoiselle, with her wriggling laugh.
13 Old Monsieur Farival laughed sardonically at something as he looked at the sails, and Beaudelet swore at the old man under his breath.
14 Mr. Merriman's laugh at this sally was such a genuine outburst and so contagious that it started the dinner with an agreeable swing that never slackened.
15 Victor laughed sardonically as he thanked his mother for her holy wish, of which he failed to see the benefit to anybody, except that it might afford her a more ample opportunity and license to talk herself.
16 It made Edna laugh, and she laughed, too, at the portrait in his first long trousers; while another interested her, taken when he left for college, looking thin, long-faced, with eyes full of fire, ambition and great intentions.
17 It made Edna laugh, and she laughed, too, at the portrait in his first long trousers; while another interested her, taken when he left for college, looking thin, long-faced, with eyes full of fire, ambition and great intentions.
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