Indeed, the Japanese have recourse to risibility whenever the frailties of human nature are put to severest test.
Mr. Maguire did not respond to the young squire's risibility; the cast of his countenance was decidedly serious.
Not so Caspar—whose mirth was at once excited to the point of risibility.
No doubt my grim beard and spectacles somewhat excited his risibility.
And they were soon joined by Sir Sedley Clarendel, whose quaint conceits and remarks assisted the risibility of the scene.
Here, however, we were met by a figure, at the sight of which we found it almost impossible to restrain our risibility.
With much effort, the risibility of the jokers was kept in subjection through the meal.
Our risibility is excited almost as much by the anticipation of the climax as by the recital.
Man is the only risible animal: risibility may be said, therefore, to be his distinguishing mark.
His light-heartedness and risibility were often assumed to hide bitter resentment or boiling indignation.