sidesplittingly


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side·split·ting

 (sīd′splĭt′ĭng)
adj.
1. Convulsively hearty; uproarious. Used of laughter.
2. Causing convulsive laughter; extremely funny: a sidesplitting comedy.

side′split′ter n.
side′split′ting·ly adv.

sidesplittingly

(ˈsaɪdˌsplɪtɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a side-splitting manner
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Adv.1.sidesplittingly - in a very humorous manner
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And it doesn't matter how many times you see the scene where Del falls sideways thinking he's leaning on the bar at a yuppie club, it's still sidesplittingly funny.
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Have I Got News For You was a groundbreaking idea way back in the last century and is now weary, over-scripted and chaired by personalities as sidesplittingly funny as Neil Kinnock.
It was a reminder of just how sidesplittingly funny Frasier used to be the sheer brilliance of Niles' unrequited love for Daphne (what a waste when they got together), Roz's rotten taste in men and Frasier's hopeless pursuit of true love and the perfect woman.
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