chuckle


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Synonyms for chuckle

Synonyms for chuckle

to laugh quietly

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Synonyms for chuckle

a soft partly suppressed laugh

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laugh quietly or with restraint

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Questioned by Mr Vullo if he was aware of a policy being implemented to make sure female members of the cast were chaperoned, the elder Chuckle Brother said: "Not at all.
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I once shared a duck pit in an Arkansas rice field dyke with a contest caller, who, despite the continuing admonition of the guide to just blow a few clucks and chuckle a bit, insisted in blowing his whole routine at every passing flock.
Adults and children alike will shudder at the evil Lord Ombra's antics, chuckle at ongoing tiffs between Peter and tiny Tink, and cheer on the starstuff protectors.
They're randomly collected tidbits that are worth a gawk or two, basically good for a couple shitters and chuckle.
If there is a chuckle and a note of glee, then we know that they are one of the camps that has dodged the transportation quagmire.
Claire Magid was trying to give us all a gentle chuckle.
WHENEVER A PALEONTOLOGIST "DISCOVERS A FOSSIL" GOD GETS A CHUCKLE.
The sound and body responses that we associate with human laughter may have evolved from a more basic chuckle in our ancestors.
A question from the audience about Alonso's early Broadway musical work elicited a chuckle.
Smoking, she said, in a wry tone that caused a chuckle to ripple through the plane, is a dirty, disgusting, filthy, expensive habit.
Truth be told," he says with a chuckle, "we mostly just used Merrill for its fairness opinion.
Slowly, the wounded hero's frown would change into a smile and he'd then break into a little chuckle.