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in stitches

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin stitchesin stitchesLAUGHlaughing a lot in an uncontrollable wayhave/keep somebody in stitches (=make someone laugh) Her jokes had us all in stitches. stitch
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in stitchesHe was a brilliant raconteur, with a wicked wit and a razor tongue, and he had them all in stitches.And his own unique brand of droll self-mockery had his audiences in stitches.Mannie Pratt would have the bar in stitches doing an imitation of him.The sight of him also had her in stitches.I have found that transferring too many stitches sometimes results in stitches being dropped.
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