And with peals of Homeric laughter Ferdinand declared she had found the only inoffensive way of silencing him.
A bit of my bit of Greek came, too—something about Homeric laughter.
Then Brett sat down and enjoyed a burst of Homeric laughter.
But when they reached the carriages and stood still, they broke into an irrepressible, irresistible fit of Homeric laughter.
This, perhaps, hardly agrees with the popular idea of the term "Homeric laughter."
Once or twice a vast roar of Homeric laughter went up as some unfortunate slipped and soused into the water.
In epic poetry Hephaestus is rather a comic figure, and his limping gait provokes “Homeric laughter” among the gods.
His eyes wandered, while a peal of Homeric laughter rang in his ears.
The low, angry murmuring suddenly ceased, and a great wave of Homeric laughter rolled over the crowd.
This preposterous proposition was received with the Homeric laughter it so richly deserved.