One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person's mouth (typically used with reference to eating or drinking)‘thanks for giving me the opportunity to get my laughing gear around some excellent beers’‘wrap your laughing gear round the best bacon, sausage, and egg sandwich anywhere’
- ‘Wish they'd shut their laughing gear and just get on with it.’
- ‘I virtually bit the waiter's hand off, so eager was I to get my laughing gear around the chef's petits fours.’
- ‘During the day, the steak sandwich is massive and takes some hefty laughing gear to get a full bite.’
- ‘That said, Liam sounds rejuvenated on the albums title track, excited to get his laughing gear round a song worth singing.’
- ‘The broadcaster enjoyed wrapping his laughing gear around the beef steaks.’
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