outlaugh

outlaugh

(ˌaʊtˈlɑːf)
vb (tr)
to laugh longer than or louder than

outlaugh


Past participle: outlaughed
Gerund: outlaughing

Imperative
outlaugh
outlaugh
Present
I outlaugh
you outlaugh
he/she/it outlaughs
we outlaugh
you outlaugh
they outlaugh
Preterite
I outlaughed
you outlaughed
he/she/it outlaughed
we outlaughed
you outlaughed
they outlaughed
Present Continuous
I am outlaughing
you are outlaughing
he/she/it is outlaughing
we are outlaughing
you are outlaughing
they are outlaughing
Present Perfect
I have outlaughed
you have outlaughed
he/she/it has outlaughed
we have outlaughed
you have outlaughed
they have outlaughed
Past Continuous
I was outlaughing
you were outlaughing
he/she/it was outlaughing
we were outlaughing
you were outlaughing
they were outlaughing
Past Perfect
I had outlaughed
you had outlaughed
he/she/it had outlaughed
we had outlaughed
you had outlaughed
they had outlaughed
Future
I will outlaugh
you will outlaugh
he/she/it will outlaugh
we will outlaugh
you will outlaugh
they will outlaugh
Future Perfect
I will have outlaughed
you will have outlaughed
he/she/it will have outlaughed
we will have outlaughed
you will have outlaughed
they will have outlaughed
Future Continuous
I will be outlaughing
you will be outlaughing
he/she/it will be outlaughing
we will be outlaughing
you will be outlaughing
they will be outlaughing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outlaughing
you have been outlaughing
he/she/it has been outlaughing
we have been outlaughing
you have been outlaughing
they have been outlaughing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outlaughing
you will have been outlaughing
he/she/it will have been outlaughing
we will have been outlaughing
you will have been outlaughing
they will have been outlaughing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outlaughing
you had been outlaughing
he/she/it had been outlaughing
we had been outlaughing
you had been outlaughing
they had been outlaughing
Conditional
I would outlaugh
you would outlaugh
he/she/it would outlaugh
we would outlaugh
you would outlaugh
they would outlaugh
Past Conditional
I would have outlaughed
you would have outlaughed
he/she/it would have outlaughed
we would have outlaughed
you would have outlaughed
they would have outlaughed
References in periodicals archive ?
One of the granddaddy ski weeks (since 1996), this no-attitude happening includes access to six ski areas and lodging right on the postcard-perfect Lake Tahoe (California side), drawing in a tight-knit community of friends and newcomers, mostly in their 30s and 40s, for parties, a concert, a paddleboat lake cruise, book signings, and the OutLaugh Festival.
And still more opportunities have come to me from being an out lesbian comic--notice I deliberately said "out" because we all know there are lots of us lesbian comics on the down-low--Logo TV's One Night Stand UP and the OutLaugh Festival.