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(To). The French is: “Rire sous cape, ” or “Rire sous son bonnet.” The German is: “Ins faüstchen lachen”. The Latin is: “In stomacho ridere. ” These expressions indicate secret derision: laughing at one, not with one. But such phrases as “In sinu gaudere ” mean to feel secret joy, to rejoice in one's heart of hearts.
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