In Stitches

Used as and English idiom since the 1930’s with origins in Shakespeare and Old English. Meaning of ‘In Stitches’ Idiom To be¬†in stitches¬†means to laugh uncontrollably; to be extremely amused. Examples Of Use “The comedian was terrible but the heckler had us in stitches. “She seems very serious but after a few drinks she’ll have … Read more