Definition of 'laughing stock'
Example sentences containing 'laughing stock'
And if Britain had taken that attitude since the war, refused to trust Germany and Germans, we would now be the laughing stock of Europe.OUT OF THE ASHES
`I think it's about time someone talked straight to you because you're going to end up making this town a laughing stock.THE THIRD CLASS GENIE
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