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to laugh quietly

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a soft partly suppressed laugh

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laugh quietly or with restraint

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She certainly had a chucklesome chat with Jim Carrey.
McCulloch's made some chucklesome short films, but his lack of experience with feature-length comedy is best exemplified by the fact that, for the first time I'm aware of in her movie career, Garofalo just isn't funny here.
His chucklesome rapport with Ron Atkinson was a feature of the Man U/Rapid Vienna Euro clash - and Atkinson's comment on United's second goal was one of the gems of the week: "That Vienna centre-back turns slower than milk.
It's not supposed to be funny, but getting a New Zealander and an American to play the couple, and giving them a terrible script, does make for chucklesome viewing.
The seventh Birmingham Comedy Festival has attracted it's usual chucklesome blend of tip comedy stars and local heroes of stand up, writes Alison Jones.
If Henry Fonda could master a West Country burr (and overcome the handicap of being dead), then he wouldn't make a bad Barber, all old-school values and gentle, chucklesome humour; but to do justice to Findlay would be another matter entirely.
A SLIGHTLY wobbly, but still chucklesome first entry in the long-running British comedy series, chronicling the misadventures of a bunch of hopeless raw recruits, whose offbeat antics give their soon-to-retire NCO a real headache as he tries to whip them into shape to win a bet - and ensure he ends his career on a high.
It all began, as you may or may not know, at a Long Island high school in 1963, when the chucklesome twosome discovered a mutual dislike of exercise and love of food.
Usually TV's most static and po-faced stars, this chucklesome compilation of moments when even newscasters lose their cool is an entertaining variation on the mishaps 'n' outtakes theme.
Consistently chucklesome if hardly great comedy, ``Big Daddy'' suggests - in its superficial, overcalculated way - that Adam Sandler could even be funny once toilet trained.
Good points: It's occasionally chucklesome, mainly when Brit Peter Serafinowicz is on screen.
Chucklesome comedy, with Mary Carr and James Finlayson.
Chucklesome comedy, withMary Carr and series regular James Finlayson.
After three series of his award-winning show Alistair McGowan's Big Impression, he and the team that help him create his chucklesome alternative reality for our best known celebrities are facing competition for the first time.