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What Does LAWLS Mean?LAWLS means "Laugh Out Loud" or "Laughing Out Loud."
Just like LAWL and LAWLZ, LAWLS is a synonym (i.e., a word with the same meaning) of LOL ("Laugh/Laughing Out Loud").
LOL has become so widely used in text-based messaging and speech that a whole new set of terms has developed based on it. Check out this page to learn more about LOL and its synonyms.
Image for LAWLSWhen I write LAWLS, I mean this: LAWLS is synonym of LOL.
Summary of Key Points"Laugh/Laughing Out Loud" is the most common definition for LAWLS on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
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Examples of LAWLS in SentencesHere are examples of LAWLS being used in conversations:
- Betty: I changed my password to "wrong password," so when I forget what it is my PC reminds me of it.
- Billy: LAWLS.
- Bert: My mum only laughs at my dad's jokes when we have guests.
- Belinda: LAWLS.
An Academic Look at LAWLSLAWLS is a synonym of LOL. The spelling is probably best described as playful.
Because it has the same meaning as LOL, LAWLS is also not a homonym for LOL. (NB: A homonym is a word that is pronounced the same as another word with a different meaning.) Also, LAWLS is neither an acronym nor an initialism abbreviation, because its letters do not represent words.
What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?Before the digital era, we might have just said something like "Ha ha" instead of using LAWLS.
The Evolution of "LOL"This video shows the evolution of the term "LOL" and the various laughing emojis: Read more about LOL.
Example of LAWLS Used in a Text
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