|vitsi englanniksi||gag fi, jest fi, laugh fi, joke fi, funny fi, sugar fi|
: a gag of mutton fat
: He gagged when he saw the open wound.
: The victims could not speak because the burglar had gagged them with duct tape.
: When the financial irregularities were discovered, the CEO gagged everyone in the accounting department.
*: The time was not yet come when eloquence was to be gagged, and reason to be hoodwinked.
*: mouths gagged to such a wideness
*: The Right Honourable gentleman is indebted to his memory for his jests, and to his imagination for his facts.
: Your majesty, stop him before he makes you the jest of the court.
*: Then let me be your jest; I deserve it.
*: the jests or actions of princes
*: He promised us, in honour of our guest, / To grace our banquet with some pompous jest.
: Surely you jest!
*: And the loud laugh that spoke the vacant mind.
*: That man is a bad man who has not within him the power of a hearty laugh.
*: “And this rug,” he says, stomping on an old rag carpet. “How much do you suppose that cost?” ¶ It was my first guess, so I said fifty dollars. ¶ “That’s a laugh,” he said. “I paid two thousand for that rug.”
*: Lifes a piece of shit / When you look at it / Lifes a laugh and deaths a joke, its true.
*: Outhwaite is a good laugh, yes, she knows how to smile: but deep down, she really is strong and stern.
*: But there was such laughing! Queen Hecuba laughd that her eyes ran oer.
*: The roars of laughter which greeted his proclamation were of two qualities; some men laughing because they knew all about cuckoo-clocks, and other men laughing because they had concluded that the eccentric Jake had been victimised by some wise child of civilisation.
*: If life seems jolly rotten / Theres something youve forgotten / And thats to laugh and smile and dance and sing.
*: Then laughs the childish year, with flowerets crowned...
*: In Folly’s cup ?till laughs the bubble Joy.
*: No wit to flatter left of all his store, No fool to laugh at, which he valud more.
*: There was something about him, Harry, that amused me. He was such a monster. You will laugh at me, I know, but I really went in and paid a whole guinea for the stage-box. To the present day I cant make out why I did so; and yet if I hadnt! – my dear Harry, if I hadnt, I would have missed the greatest romance of my life. I see you are laughing. It is horrid of you!"
*: On the corner is a banker with a motorcar / The little children laugh at him behind his back
*: Will you laugh me asleep, for I am very heavy?
*: I shall laugh myself to death.
*: From his deep chest laughs out a loud applause.
*: Fairfax addressed her as "my lady," she laughed her musical laugh, and glanced up at a picture of Gerald with eyes full of exultation.
*: "You refuse to take me seriously," Lute said, when she had laughed her appreciation. "How can I take that Planchette rigmarole seriously?"
*: Or witty joke our airy senses moves / To pleasant laughter.
: It was a joke!
*: Enclose whole downs in walls, tis all a joke.
: Your effort at cleaning your room is a joke.
: The president was a joke.
: I didn’t mean what I said — I was only joking.
: to joke a comrade
: When I went to the circus, I only found the clowns funny.
: The milk smelt funny so I poured it away.
: Ive got a funny feeling that this isnt going to work.
*: Moved in where? Sam asked Brona in confusion. What boyfriend?
Glen, Brona said quietly. You met him a while ago, remember? He only moved in last week. I was going to tell you but ... I thought you might be funny about it, thats all.
*: Everyone would be sitting on big fluffy white clouds singing songs, telling funnies and just enjoying the day.
*: His father was more likely to listen to the radio, although he would read the Sunday funnies, and his grandmother would only read the Italian language paper she picked up at the corner candy store.
: He usually has his coffee white with one sugar.
: Ill be with you in a moment, sugar.
: I think John has a little bit of sugar in him.
: Sugar of lead (lead acetate) is a poisonous white crystalline substance with a sweet taste.
: John heavily sugars his coffee.
: She has a gift for sugaring what would otherwise be harsh words.
: Oh, sugar!