Cachinnation

Antonyms of CACHINNATION

Examples of usage:

  1. Unheeding this advice, the dwarf broke again into an unearthly cachinnation, that frightened the landlord nearly into fits, and seriously discomposed the nervous system even of Sir Norman himself. "The Midnight Queen" by May Agnes Fleming
  2. " Maybe, doctor, maybe," said the old man, bursting into a loud cachinnation; " but he don't know everything, doctor, do he? "The Man with a Shadow" by George Manville Fenn
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