(Phrases). Down in the mouth; sick at heart; with a long face; a prey to melancholy; dull as a beetle; dull as ditchwater; as melancholy as a gib-cat; grave as a judge.

    Depressing, preying upon the mind, etc.

  1. Expression of pleasure.
  2. Rejoicing (Substantives), exultation, triumph, jubilation, jubilee 884, pèan 990.

    Smile, simper, smirk, grin, broad grin.

    Laughter, giggle, titter, snigger, crow, cheer, chuckle, guffaw, shout, hearty laugh, horse-laugh, a shout, burst, or peal of laughter.

    Derision, risibility 856.

    Momus, Democritus the Abderite.

    (Verbs). To rejoice, exult, triumph 884.

    To smile, simper, smirk, grin, mock; to laugh, giggle, titter, snigger, chuckle, chortle, burble, crow, cackle; to burst out, split, shout, guffaw.

    (Phrases). To laugh in one's sleeve; to shake one's sides; to hold both one's sides; to split one's sides; to die with laughter.

    To cause, create, occasion, raise, excite, or produce laughter, etc.; to tickle, titillate.

    (Phrases). To tickle one's fancy; to set the table in a roar; to convulse with laughter; to be the death of one.

    (Adjectives). Laughing, etc.; jubilant 836, triumphant.

    Laughable, risible, ludicrous, side-splitting.

    (Phrases). Ready to burst or split; risum teneatis, amici? "Laughter holding both his sides."

  3. Expression of pain.
  4. Lamentation (Substantives), complaint, murmur, mutter, plaint, lament, wail, sigh, suspiration, heaving.

    Cry, whine, whimper, sob, tear, moan, whimper, snivel, grumble, groan.

    Outcry, scream, screech, howl, whoop, yell, roar 414.

    Weeping, crying, etc.; lachrymation, complaining, frown, scowl, sardonic grin or laugh.

    Dirge 363, elegy, monody, threnody, jeremiad; coronach, keen, keening.

    Plaintiveness, querimoniousness, languishment, querulousness.

    Mourning, weeds, willow, cypress.

    A grumbler, grouser, croaker, brawler; Heraclitus, Niobe.

    (Phrases). The melting mood; wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth; laudator temporis acti.

    (Verbs). To lament, complain, murmur, mutter, grumble, grouse, sigh; give, fetch, or heave a sigh.

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