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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhilarityhi‧lar‧i‧ty /hɪˈlærəti/ noun [uncountable]  LAUGHlaughter, or a feeling of fun Eva joined in the hilarity as much as anyone.
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hilarityTo say that the men were in good spirits would but faintly express their good humor and hilarity.Pantomime - what a good excuse to forget your age and join in with the booing, hissing, singing and hilarity.The general hilarity began to infect me and I could see Louise catching it.From an attitude of generosity, warm feeling and motherly goodness, she now had shifted into a mood of high hilarity.Gloria's costume caused a good deal of hilarity.The seeds of hilarity spring from within me.I drove without a word, letting myself float on the wave of their hilarity.Fortunately there was little damage, so I can remember the event with hilarity.
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