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You can use any of your examples except "out of laughter": with fear / from fear / out of fear / in fear with laughter / from laughter Note that "piss" is vulgar. "Wet" would be a suitable informal word. These expressions are normally used figuratively. You can also use "shit" (even more vulgar) or "soil" (informal). If you use the expressions ...


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Ironically, "foreigner" is an English word I hear being used almost exclusively by...foreigners. I would generally consider it to be a rude or negative word, simply because in polite conversation there wouldn't be a reason to use it instead of a different, more polite or more specific word. For example, if I wanted to say that someone who is not from ...


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