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  • v  laugh a deep, hearty laugh

  • The satire is incidental, gentle but pervasive; and the modest story of Juan Motley's pilgrimage yields up many an authentic bellylaugh.
  • Every bellylaugh in the play is an attempt to explain these meanings; but, of course, grown-up children like to be told all about such things, while off-stage instruments go .
  • Welles and the Mercury turned back to Elizabethan times for a bellylaugh, rigged up Thomas Dekker's bawdy, roistering The Shoemakers' Holiday.

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