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larf

n. (context chiefly Cockney English) (eye dialect of laugh English) (20th century to the present) vb. (context chiefly Cockney English) (eye dialect of laugh English) (19th century to the present)

Usage examples of "larf".

Many body peofle woof look atat her saying, 'Why does that Araminta Ditch keep larfing?

They had all died first, - which was one of the many things that Araminta died larfing off.

  I then threw my specterculs out of the winder, smasht my hat wildly down over my Ise, larfed highsterically & fell under a seet.

  He larfed into my face, which rather Riled me, as I had been perfeckly virtoous and respectable in my observashuns.

  He larfed agin, wusser nor be4, whareupon I up and sez, "Go home, Sir, to Afriky's burnin shores & taik all the other What Is Its along with you.

  Excuse me if I was crooil, but I larfed boysterrusly when I see that tiger spring in among the people.

  I went into the closet and larfed all alone by myself for over half an hour.

  The boy larfed and put the shillin I'd given him onto his left eye in a inglorious manner, and commenced moving backwards towards the street.

  O its hily morral, I spoze, when she larfs wildly and sez, "gin me the daggurs--Ile let his bowels out," or wurds to that effeck--I say, this is awl, strickly, propper I spoze?