ha! ha!

Translations

ha! ha!

(haːˈhaː) interjection
an expression of laughter, sometimes used as a sneer. Ha! ha! That's a good joke!
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References in classic literature ?
"Ha! ha!" she piped, "none know its secret but I, and I will never tell thee.
Under the aching noonday glare, when the green things drooped and the birds withdrew to the depths of the forest, and all nature drowsed, his great "Ha! ha!" and "Ho!
He regarded me with wonderment, and then came the damnable light, glowing and spreading, as I have described it, till his face shone soft and warm, like the summer moon, and then the laugh--"Ha! ha! That's funny!
'Ha! ha! you will be amused with this FELLOW'S audacity.'
'Yes, sir, it was,' replied Slurk; 'and BLUE BORE, Sir, if you like that better; ha! ha!'
Ha! ha! you're a brave boy, Oliver.' The Jew rubbed his hands with a chuckle, but glanced uneasily at the box, notwithstanding.
ha! ha!" roared the latter, as the dwarf reluctantly drained the beaker.
Characters, my fine fellow; we stand in need of characters -- all of us -- ha! ha! ha!" and as this was seriously meant for a joke, his laugh was chorused by the seven.
"Even when we were arguing, I would be sitting there, and she would be laughing with somebody, and I'd be like, 'Ha! Ha! Ha!
When I read the cartoon on page 8 of the March 1 News, I had to check the calendar to verify that I was in fact still living in 2014, and had not been magically transported back to some long ago era when the idea of a female VP (who mistakenly gets asked by a male to make coffee ha! ha! Get it?
For 9 years fond memories his unique laugh, ha! ha! ha!