1 be convulsed (informal) be in stitches, be rolling in the aisles (informal) bust a gut (informal) chortle, chuckle, crack up (informal) crease up (informal) giggle, guffaw, roar with laughter, snigger, split one's sides, titter
2 laugh at belittle, deride, jeer, lampoon, make a mock of, make fun of, mock, ridicule, scoff at, take the mickey (out of) (informal) taunt
3 belly laugh (informal) chortle, chuckle, giggle, guffaw, roar or shriek of laughter, snigger, titter
4 (informal) card (informal) caution (informal) clown, comedian, comic, entertainer, hoot (informal) humorist, joke, lark, scream (informal) wag, wit
brush aside, dismiss, disregard, ignore, minimize, pooh-pooh, shrug off
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