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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

Related Words

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

References in classic literature ?
Long time you fella Tiha no sit 'm along canoe," Aora bawled to the victim and set Bashti cackling again.
Plenty for all," the Ancient Mariner startled Daughtry by cackling shrilly.
Such the beach old John Tarwater stepped upon; and straight across the beach and up the trail toward Chilcoot he headed, cackling his ancient chant, a very Grandfather Argus himself, with no outfit worry in the world, for he did not possess any outfit.
On the 1st of April it rained and melted the ice, and in the early part of the day, which was very foggy, I heard a stray goose groping about over the pond and cackling as if lost, or like the spirit of the fog.
I suppose you have heard of the Greeks and Trojans, though perhaps you never read Pope's Homer; who, I remember, now the gentleman mentions it, compares the march of the Trojans to the cackling of geese, and greatly commends the silence of the Grecians.
On that day, for the first time since his son's marriage, the elder Bacadou, neglected by the cackling lot of strange women who thronged the kitchen, left in the morning his seat under the mantel of the fireplace, and went into the empty cow-house, shaking his white locks dismally.
Their entrance into the yew-tree arbor surprised several fowls that were recreating themselves by scratching deep holes in the dusty ground, and at once took flight with much pother and cackling.
Nor did the striking of the clocks, hour after hour, appear to inspire him with any sense of drowsiness or any natural desire to go to rest, but rather to increase his wakefulness, which he showed, at every such indication of the progress of the night, by a suppressed cackling in his throat, and a motion of his shoulders, like one who laughs heartily but the same time slyly and by stealth.
The award-winning theme park has been haunted by bats, spooky scarecrows, cackling witches and ghostly characters, and has more pumpkins than you can shake a broomstick at
Mel, 39, posts photos on Instagram of the pair cackling together on the show.
The magic mirror's creepy but the cackling old hag with the bad apple takes the biscuit.
IT was a social media slipup which would probably have had her cackling with laughter: a week after her death, Joan Rivers appeared to be Instagramming from the afterlife when a sponsored post appeared on the comic's profile and on her Facebook page praising the new iPhone 6.
A cackling rooster bolting skyward still jangles my nerves, as does the glorious sound of bobwhites breaking cover, Hunting upland birds combines good dogs with great shotguns; light-as-a-feather shotguns built to be carried all day.
A tenner says they'll be cackling in delight within five minutes.
I saw that all turkey's eggs were stolen by a fox, I realized that turkey was cackling strangely and it continued to cackling days and night.