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# Clue
1. Sunken fence
2. Gleeful response
3. What a good joke evokes
4. Sunk fence
5. Music to Carson's ears
6. Mirthful sound
7. Fence in a ditch
8. Merry sound
9. Fence good for a laugh
10. Land-dividing ditch
11. Sound of mirth
12. Funny-sounding fence
13. This fence is sunk
14. Belly-shaker
15. Trickster's reaction
16. Laugh or fence
17. Wall set in a ditch
18. Music to Skelton's ears
19. Funny fence?
20. Kin of tee-hee
21. Guffaw, guffaw!
22. "He saith among the trumpets, ___ . . . ": Job 39:25
23. Derisive comment
24. "Oh, very funny"
25. "That's a laugh"
26. Punchline reaction
27. "Ver-ry funny"
28. "That was funny"
29. "Very funny!"
30. "That is so funny"
31. Result of a crack?
32. Response to a comic
33. Response to a gag
34. "Funny!"
35. Comic's feedback
36. "Good joke!"
37. Funny response
38. Derisive comeback
39. "That's hysterical!"
40. "Very funny ... not!"
41. Response to sarcasm
42. "Aren't we the comedian?!"
43. "Stop! You're killing me!"
44. "What a comic!"
45. "Oh, very funny!"
46. "Funny ___"
47. "That's a laugh!"
48. "Aren't you the comedian?!"
49. "That's a good one!"
50. "That's rich!"
51. "Funny strange or funny ___?"
52. "Oh man, you're killing me!"
53. "Yeah, right"
54. "You're so funny," sarcastically
55. "Very funny"
56. "Good one!"
57. "Joke's on you!"
58. "You are so-o-o funny"
59. "You crack me up"
60. "Hilarious!"
61. "That's hilarious!"
62. "You make me laugh"
63. "That's a funny one"
64. “LOL” alternative
65. LOL, verbalized
66. Funny joke!
67. Funny!
68. Good joke!
69. That's pretty funny
70. That's so funny!
71. Yuk
72. Hidden fence
73. LOL, vocalized
74. Aren't we the comedian!
75. Aren't you the wit!
76. Very funny, sarcastically
77. You're a riot!
78. Gag reaction?
79. How droll!
80. “Funny not funny”
81. THAT'S AMUSING!'
82. Laugh track refrain
83. Sardonic response
84. Laugher's syllables
85. Jovial syllables
86. Pun response
87. Sarcastic response to a joke
88. Chuckling sounds
89. Nelson's catchphrase
90. Some laughs
91. That was a joke?
92. Very funny--not!
93. That's a riot ... NOT!
94. Who's the comedian?
95. People do it for lulz
96. Reaction to a chestnut
97. Text chortle
98. LOL relative
99. 49-Down alternative
100. Sarcastic chuckle
101. Sunken property divider
102. Funny modifier?
103. Landscaper's turfed trench
104. Told you so response
105. Funny '___' or funny 'peculiar'?
106. Exclamation of derision
107. Laugh track syllables
108. Funny ___ or funny peculiar?
109. “Funny!”
110. That's a riot—not
111. Crack reaction
112. Facetious "Not funny"
113. Often sarcastic joke response
114. Sarcastic joke response
115. Yuk yuk
116. Droll acknowledgment of a weak joke
117. Word after "funny" that clarifies its meaning
118. You're a riot ... not
119. Words before "Tricked you!"
120. Verrrry funny
121. You're a riot
122. Bad-joke response
123. Yeah, that's funny
124. Funny not funny
125. I'm amused
126. That's hilarious ... not
127. Laugh-track sounds
128. Gag response
129. Joke reaction
130. That tickles!
131. Comedy-club sound
132. Quip response
133. Tee-hee cousin
134. Gag reaction
135. Gag reflex
136. LOL, orally?
137. That's hysterical!
138. Very funny ... not!
139. Aren't we the comedian?!
140. Stop! You're killing me!
141. What a comic!
142. Secretary of state before Shultz
143. Evocative three-line verse
144. Violin virtuoso Hilary
145. Far Eastern affirmative
146. Approve enthusiastically
147. Precipitation that may be the size of golf balls
148. Song with the lyric "We salute him, one and all"
149. Asian affirmative
150. O.K., in Osaka
151. Caveat: Realism, Reagan and Foreign Policy writer
152. City on the slopes of Mount Carmel
153. An old silent pond / A frog jumps into the pond / Splash! Silence again, e.g.
154. Exercise in brevity
155. Three-line verse
156. Japanese for "yes"
157. Kyoto concurrence
158. Desired response to a 3-Down
159. Beijing's river basin
160. Loudly acclaim
161. O.K., in Okinawa
162. Caveat: Realism, Reagan and Foreign Policy memoirist
163. Bali ___ (Rodgers and Hammerstein show tune)
164. O ___ (greeting on many lolcat memes)
165. Poem name whose singular and plural forms are the same
166. Tiny margin of victory
167. What some buns are made of
168. Reaction button option for a Facebook post
169. [So funny!]
170. Responses to jokes
171. Derisive interjections
172. Interjections akin to "Yeah, su-u-ure!"
173. They may be split during an argument
174. Site of a 2004 political ouster
175. It really grows on you
176. Mr. Solo
177. Headdress holder
178. Port-au-Prince locale
179. '2001' computer
180. Aristide's country
181. Meshed nylon cap
182. Coverers of some bald spots
183. Voodoo land
184. Road salt
185. Extremely powerful computer
186. Patriot who spoke his famous quote on the gallows
187. McCain recently revisited the "___ Hilton"
188. Flag a cab
189. Word with stone or storm
190. Got a cab
191. Northern Israeli port
192. Reagan's "I'm in charge" guy
193. German physicist Otto
194. Middle Eastern city
195. Unrhymed poem
196. Signaled a hack
197. Good one!آ‌
198. Sarcastic rejoinder
199. Too funny
200. Punchline response
201. Sarcastic words before "Very funny"
202. Good time sound
203. Laugh track bite
204. Sound of merriment
205. Joke response
206. Stop! You're killing me!
207. That's a riot!
208. Laugh line
209. A couple of laughs
210. Couple of yuks
211. Two laughs
212. How humorous!
213. Funny clarifier
214. Oh, that is hysterical ...
215. Mirthful syllables
216. Cheerful sound
217. Sound of glee
218. Sounds of amusement
219. Sounds of joy
220. Laughing sounds
221. Relative of tehee
222. Amused expression
223. Response to a pun
224. Sounds of mirth
225. Tee-hee
226. He saith among the trumpets, ___ . . . : Job 39:25
227. Oh, very funny
228. That's a laugh
229. That was funny
230. Ver-ry funny
231. Bali___
232. Doubter's outbursts
233. 1944 Chemistry Nobelist
234. Yokohama "yes"
235. Stand-up's payoff
236. Inner Circles memoirist
237. Response to a joke
238. Response to a one-liner
239. Very funny!
240. Gag reflex?
241. Sarcastic laugh
242. You're killing me!
243. Chuckle
244. That's a riot
245. Comic's reward
246. Comedian's reward
247. Very funny
248. Approval on "Last Comic Standing"
249. Comedy club sound
250. Funny reaction
251. Sound of amusement
252. That is so funny
253. Derisive interjection
254. Big laugh
255. It's a laugh
256. Reaction to a knee-slapper
257. LOL, out loud
258. Crack response
259. Nelson's catchphrase on "The Simpsons"
260. Joker's gibe
261. 8-Down sound
262. Comic's favorite sound
263. More than a tee-hee
264. A few laughs
265. That's a laugh!
266. Sound of breaking up?
267. “LOL”
268. Sound of laughter in ditch
269. Mother island of the Bonins
270. Whoopee!
271. Sound of laughter
272. Wall set in a ditch, to avoid marring the landscape
273. Relative of a chuckle
274. Sunken wall
275. Expression of mirth
276. Expression of triumph
277. Laughter
278. Imitation of laughter
279. A hearty laugh
280. "Aren't we the comedian!"
281. "Aren't we the comedian?"
282. "Aren't you the comedian!"
283. "Aren't you the wit!"
284. "Everybody's a comedian!"
285. "Everybody's a comedian"
286. "Fooled you!"
287. "Funny '___' or funny 'peculiar'?"
288. "Funny ___ or funny peculiar?"
289. "Funny ___ or funny strange?"
290. "Funny ___ or funny strange?"
291. "Funny joke!"
292. "Funny not funny"
293. "Funny strange not funny ___"
294. "Funny strange or funny ___?"
295. "Funny weird or funny ___?"
296. "Funny"
297. "Funny... not!"
298. "Good one"
299. "Got you!"
300. "Great joke!"
301. "He saith among the trumpets ___" (Job 39:25)
302. "He saith among the trumpets ___... ": Job 39:25
303. "High-larious!"
304. "How droll!"
305. "How funny!"
306. "How humorous!"
307. "I can't believe you fell for that"
308. "I get it but..."
309. "I told you so!"
310. "I'm not laughing"
311. "lol!"
312. "lol"
313. "lol" alternative
314. "LOL " verbalized
315. "LOL " vocalized
316. "Look at the loser!"
317. "Loser!"
318. "Made ya look!"
319. "Made you look!"
320. "Made you look!" prelude
321. "Nice one FutureMrsHemsworth2003!"
322. "OK you got me good"
323. "Oh man that's classic!"
324. "Oh man you're killing me!"
325. "Oh that is hysterical..."
326. "Oh that's funny!"
327. "Oh that's very funny"
328. "Oh very funny!"
329. "Oh very funny"
330. "Oh you told a funny"
331. "Oh you're a riot"
332. "ROFLMAO!"
333. "Real funny..."
334. "Serves you right!"
335. "Serves you right"
336. "So funny I forgot to laugh!"
337. "So funny I forgot to laugh"
338. "So funny!"
339. "Stahp it!"
340. "Te-hee"
341. "Tee-hee" kin
342. "That comic is too funny!"
343. "That cracks me up!"
344. "That tickles!"
345. "That was a joke?"
346. "That's a gas!"
347. "That's a riot!"
348. "That's a riot"
349. "That's a riot... NOT!"
350. "That's a riotnot"
351. "That's a scream!"
352. "That's funny!"
353. "That's funny!" sound
354. "That's funny"
355. "That's hilarious... not"
356. "That's kinda funny!"
357. "That's really funny!"
358. "That's rich"
359. "That's so funny!"
360. "That's so funny"
361. "That's so funny I almost forgot to laugh!"
362. "That's very funny!"
363. "The joke's on you!"
364. "The joke's on you"
365. "Told ya!"
366. "Told you so" response
367. "Too funny"
368. "Turnabout is fair play!"
369. "Ver-r-ry funny!"
370. "Very funny" or "Not very funny"
371. "Very funny": 2 wds.
372. "Very funny " sarcastically
373. "Very funny--not!"
374. "Very funny... not!"
375. "We are not amused"
376. "Who's the comedian?"
377. "Yeah I get it"
378. "Yeah right!"
379. "Yeah right"
380. "Yeah that's funny"
381. "Yeah yeah real funny"
382. "Yeah yeah very funny... "
383. "You crack me up!"
384. "You got me!"
385. "You joker"
386. "You're a card"
387. "You're a riot!"
388. "You're a riot... NOT!"
389. "You're a riot... not"
390. "You're a scream!"
391. "You're hilarious"
392. "You're joking"
393. "You're killing me!"
394. "You're so funny!"
395. "You're so funny " sarcastically
396. "Yuk yuk"
397. "Yuk yuk" kin
398. "u r so funny"
399. 'Funny joke!'
400. 'Funny one!'
401. 'Funny!'
402. 'Good joke!'
403. 'Good one!'
404. 'Great joke!'
405. 'How funny!'
406. 'How funny'
407. 'Made ya look!'
408. 'Oh very funny'
409. 'That's a scream!'
410. 'That's amusing!'
411. 'That's funny'
412. 'Ver-r-ry funny'
413. 'Very funny!'
414. 'Very funny'
415. 'You're a riot!'
416. A bit of laughter
417. A comic reaction?
418. A coupla laffs?
419. A few laughs?
420. A laugh.
421. A little laughter
422. Alternative to "lol"
423. Amused reaction
424. Audible "LOL"
425. Big laugh.
426. Big tehee
427. Bit of mirth
428. Catchphrase for Nelson on "The Simpsons"
429. Certain Facebook reaction button
430. Certain park fence
431. Cheerful sound.
432. Chuckling sound
433. Comic's relief
434. Cry of triumph.
435. Derisive laugh.
436. Derisive reply
437. Derisive response
438. Derisive sound
439. Ditch with a retaining wall
440. Ditch with a retaining wall used to divide land
441. Double up with laughter?
442. Exclamation
443. Exclamation.
444. Expression of amusement.
445. Facebook reaction option
446. Fence set in a ditch.
447. Funny ___
448. Gloater's laugh
449. Gloater's taunt
450. Guffaw
451. Guffaw components
452. Guffaw sound
453. Guffaw syllables
454. Guffaw guffaw!
455. Guffaw.
456. Hearty laugh
457. Interjection heard when breaking up
458. Jeering words
459. Joke response hopefully
460. Jolly sounds
461. Kind of funny?
462. lol
463. LOL alternative (my students think both of these are punctuation?)
464. LOL equivalent
465. LOL sound
466. LOL orally?
467. LOL out loud
468. LOL spoken
469. LOL verbalized
470. Last laugh
471. Laugh
472. Laugh sound
473. Laugh sounds
474. Laugh syllables
475. Laugh track sound
476. Laugh-track snippet
477. Laugh-track syllables
478. Laugh.
479. Laugher's sound
480. Laughing Facebook reaction
481. Laughing comment
482. Laughing sound
483. Laughing syllables
484. Laughlike syllables often said sarcastically
485. Laughs
486. Laughter sound
487. Laughter sounds
488. Laughter syllables
489. Laughter.
490. Literal laughter
491. Merry sound.
492. Merry sounds
493. Mirthful reaction
494. Mirthful sound.
495. Mirthful sounds
496. Mock laugh
497. Mocking response
498. Music to Seinfeld's ears
499. Nelson Muntz catchphrase
500. Nelson Muntz's catchphrase
501. Nelson Muntz's catchphrase on "The Simpsons"
502. Noise at a good stand-up performance
503. Oft-sarcastic utterance
504. Opposite of boo-hoo
505. Oral LOL
506. Prankster's laugh
507. Pun reaction
508. Pun reaction perhaps
509. Punch line reaction
510. Punch line response
511. Punch-line reaction
512. Punch-line response
513. Quip reaction
514. Reaction to Dave Barry maybe
515. Reaction to Letterman
516. Reaction to a Bob Newhart record
517. Reaction to a card
518. Reaction to a crack
519. Reaction to a good bit
520. Reaction to a good pun
521. Reaction to a hilarious meme (or a far-from-hilarious joke)
522. Reaction to a joke
523. Reaction to a joke.
524. Response to a good joke
525. Response to a groaner
526. Response to a joke?
527. Response to a riot
528. Response to a wisecrack
529. Response to sarcasm perhaps
530. Riot response
531. Routine reaction?
532. Routine response?
533. Sarcastic gaffaw maybe
534. Sarcastic laughter
535. Sarcastic reaction
536. Sarcastic syllables sometimes
537. Sarcastic-sounding laugh
538. Schadenfreude shout
539. Second City sound
540. Small laugh
541. Snarky reply to an insulting joke
542. Snide chuckle
543. Snorting sound
544. Sound after a crack?
545. Sound heard after a crack?
546. Sound heard in a riot
547. Sound of a sarcastic laugh
548. Sound of amusement.
549. Sound of cracking up?
550. Sound of laughter.
551. Sound of merriment.
552. Sound of mirth.
553. Sound that may follow a crack
554. Sounds of glee
555. Sounds of laughter
556. Sounds of merriment
557. Soundtrack components
558. Soundtrack sounds
559. Stale joke reaction
560. Stylized laugh
561. Sunk fence important at Waterloo.
562. Sunk fence.
563. Syllables of derision
564. Taunter's comment
565. Taunting cry
566. Taunting reply
567. Taunting words
568. Tee hee
569. Tee-hee relative
570. That's funny!
571. Theme of the puzzle
572. Wall set in ditch.
573. What are hidden in the five long names
574. What might follow a crack
575. Yuks
576. [LOL]
577. ___ funny (genuinely humorous)
578. Imitation of a laugh
579. A laugh
580. Response to humor
581. That cracks me up!
582. Good one!
583. That's a good one!
584. That's funny
585. That's a gas!
586. Breakup sound
587. Oh, very funny!
588. That's rich
589. Aren't you the comedian?!
590. That's hilarious!
591. Joke's on you!
592. lol alternative
593. I told you so!
594. Turnabout is fair play!
595. Serves you right!
596. Got you!
597. Aren't we the comedian?
598. Made ya look!
599. The joke's on you!
600. Funny ___ or funny strange?
601. Tee-hee kin
602. Funny
603. Bali ____
604. Punch-line payoff
605. Hidden fences
606. Israeli city
607. Eureka-like shouts
608. Japanese verse
609. Cries of triumph
610. Laugh lines?
611. Ver-r-ry funny!
612. Response to sarcasm, perhaps
613. Salute with enthusiasm
614. Osaka O.K.
615. Yuk, yuk kin
616. Mt. Carmel overlooks it
617. Nuclear fission co-discoverer Otto
618. Jessica of a 1980s scandal
619. Funny ___, or funny strange?
620. Cries of derision
621. Grammy-winning violinist Hilary
622. Port in Israel
623. ROFLMAO, verbalized
624. Israeli city near Mount Carmel
625. Seventeen-syllable verse
626. Reagan's first secretary of state
627. Bali ___
628. Bali ___ ("South Pacific" song)
629. Japanese "yes"
630. Yes, in Yokohama
631. Japanese consent
632. Come (from)
633. Chemistry Nobelist Otto
634. One-stanza poem
635. Cold shower?
636. Charles of "Hill Street Blues"
637. Secretary of state after Muskie
638. Last-ditch effort
639. Lauds
640. Everybody's a comedian
641. Mecca visitor
642. Soccer segment
643. Village
644. Muslim wise man
645. Cartoonist Foster
646. Golfer Sutton
647. Holbrook or Linden
648. Papa Doc's domain
649. Duvalier's country
650. Port-au-Prince's land
651. 'Bali --' ('South Pacific' tune)
652. 17-syllable poem
653. Japanese poem
654. Kind of fellow
655. Verse with 17 syllables
656. Selassie of Ethiopia
657. 1944 Chemistry Nobelist Otto
658. Bali _____
659. Israeli seaport
660. Port of Israel
661. Salutes
662. Age of Aquarius musical
663. See 70-Down
664. See 58-Down
665. We are not amused
666. Sound welcomed by a 9 Down
667. That's very funny!
668. You're a scream!
669. Pun reaction, perhaps
670. Japanese affirmative
671. Tanka's shorter cousin
672. Sarcastic syllables, sometimes
673. They're just for laughs
674. Akita affirmative
675. Seaport in northern Palestine.
676. Commanding Admiral in South Pacific.
677. British Commander in Chief, 1916–18.
678. Outer garment, N. Africa.
679. British commander, 1914–18.
680. Imitation of laughter.
681. Comedians thrive on these.
682. Expression of triumph.
683. It's a laugh.
684. Relative of a chuckle.
685. Sunken wall.
686. Wall set in a ditch, to avoid marring the landscape.
687. Gloating laughs.
688. Imitation of a laugh.
689. Response to humor.
690. Hearty laughs.
691. Region and chief port of Israel.
692. Stage laugh.
693. Hearty laugh.
694. Laughing sound.
695. Laughs.
696. Mirthful exclamation.
697. Mirthful interjection.
698. Derisive sounds.
699. Sunk fence, important at Waterloo.
700. Derisive utterances.
701. Exclamations.
702. German physicist.
703. See 10 Across.
704. Nobelist in chemistry, and others.
705. Cheerful sounds.
706. Sunken fences.
707. Funny ... not!
708. I get it, but ...
709. The joke's on you
710. Stage laugh
711. Expression of laughter
712. Fence set in a ditch
713. Mirthful interjection
714. Mirthful exclamation
715. Sunk fence, important at Waterloo
716. Cry of triumph
717. Wall set in ditch
718. Derisive laugh
719. Expression of amusement
720. See
721. Ditch one hectare after another