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  • v. subject to laughter or ridicule

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Examples

  • That the deputy officials should have overlooked Sir Herbert's serious testimony to the religious propriety of the play, and harped on his little jest at the Censor's expense as if it were at my expense, is a fresh proof of the danger of transacting important business at the Castle when all the responsible officials are away bathing.

    Our Irish Theatre: A Chapter of Autobiography

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