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Synonyms for cackle

laugh

laugh

Synonyms for cackle

to express amusement, mirth, or scorn by smiling and emitting loud, inarticulate sounds

an act of laughing

Synonyms for cackle

the sound made by a hen after laying an egg

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a loud laugh suggestive of a hen's cackle

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talk or utter in a cackling manner

squawk shrilly and loudly, characteristic of hens

emit a loud, unpleasant kind of laughing

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Mash the pedal and the V8 cackles, the rear hunkers down and an enormous bow-wave of power shoulders its way in.
And Phil Tuffnell's wheezing cackles could be heard long into the night.
He makes a big public mess whenever he can, cackles gleefully throughout the assigned hunt (when he's not having epileptic seizures, anyway) and, of course, wants to be the Far East's top gun.
Special gives you the sweet yelp of the Double Split on one side, and the raspy cutts, cackles, and purrs of the S.
Germaine Greer professes to be earnest moral and up front, cackles like a rusty pipe, makes a bad joke about Ford Fiestas and flirts outrageously.
The starchy textures of Yiddish words, the logical reversals of Jewish wit, the rubbery dance of Jewish gestures and facial expressions, and above all the whirling, plunging, zigzagging cackles and sighs of klezmer music--these were the show's great pleasures and great truths.
It's superyachts for starters and Hames is on a pounds 6million Pershing 90 motor cruiser, while Llewellyn cackles almost non-stop aboard an Imoca 60 - described by his guide Dame Ellen MacArthur as the fourwheel drive of the ocean.