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guffaw in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishguffawguf‧faw /ɡəˈfɔː $ -ˈfɒː/ verb [intransitive]  CLAUGHto laugh loudly We guffawed at what Graham had written.see thesaurus at laughguffaw noun [countable] The announcement was greeted with loud guffaws.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
guffawHe hemmed, he hawed, he guffawed.How often we have witnessed such hubris, and how loudly we have guffawed.I regarded with distaste a group of sleek young yuppies in city suits, guffawing.He guffawed at his nonstop jokes, and continued to welcome him as his visit extended through the spring into the summer.One of the court officers guffawed but turned his head before Kovitsky could spot him.Walker heard them crying during the emotional scenes and guffawing through happy ones.