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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

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"It's my chippy and the only place to be for hot chips," cackled Dee.
Departs 19 October 2013 Clandestine operations and tales of spies and deception are brought to life on this visit to Bletchley Park, site of secret code-breaking activities and of Winston Churchill's "Silent Geese who laid the golden eggs but never cackled."
The 22-year-old singer - who's currently at No12 in the charts with Never Ever Getting Back Together - rubbed her hands with glee, cackled (probably) and said the song was made to torment her ex.
After the chaos, my family spent the rest of the day hanging ornaments passed down through generations while a plug-in bird chirper cackled pitifully in the background.
She cackled, giggled, stirred her potion, outside she sensed commotion.
He cackled. "I was in China, doing a lot of clinics and checking on their national basketball team.
My problem came the following year when I cackled to every bird I faced.
"I'll draw more chalk." He cackled. But when he tried to draw more chalk, nothing happened.
I gave him a brief thumbnail sketch of William Faulkner--Mississippian, great writer, appreciator of the soil and good bourbon--before quoting what Faulkner had written of the mule: 'He will work for you patiently for ten years for the chance to kick you once.' The Old Man cackled in delight.
What's more, I get sales commissions from the bank," cackled the wizard.