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Wikitionary Week 8. Tania Pacheco 03-12-13 Ms. Winsley: Honors English II. Guffaw.

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Wikitionary week 8

WikitionaryWeek 8

Tania Pacheco


Ms. Winsley: Honors English II


  • A Guffaw is a noun and verb known to be a loud or animated burst of laughter. Guffaw is archetypally used in room where a comedy room is being watched. Belly laugh and chuckle are two synonyms for guffaw. Various critics have been known to having guffaws after watching Ted, in 2012. Guffaw could be used every time a individual starts laughing during a humorous scene or moment.


  • Fiasco is a noun typically said to be a complete failure. Fiasco would normally be used when someone has done something that’s a complete fail. Dud and worthless are to synonyms that could be used to in place of Fiasco. After working on our project for various hours, the teacher told us it was futile due to a students fiasco of a volcano project. Fiasco could be used in a company where judges are judging others work and say it could be a fiasco in place of worthless.