chuckle in English

noun
1
a quiet or suppressed laugh.
And now imagine the quiet chuckle Dylan is having at the fuss he's caused.
verb
1
laugh quietly or inwardly.
I chuckled at the astonishment on her face
synonyms: giggle chortle titter tee-hee snicker snigger

Use "chuckle" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "chuckle" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "chuckle", or refer to the context using the word "chuckle" in the English Dictionary.

1. 12 synonyms for Chortle: chuckle, laugh, cackle, guffaw, chuckle, laugh, cackle, guffaw, chuckle

2. 19 synonyms for Cackle: laugh, giggle, chuckle, laugh, giggle, chuckle, cachinnate, guffaw, laugh, heehaw

3. How he'll chuckle over this news!

4. Miss Murdstone gave a hoarse chuckle.

5. He gave a little chuckle.

6. As nouns the difference between chuckle and Chortle is that chuckle is a quiet laugh while Chortle is a joyful, somewhat muffled laugh, rather like a snorting chuckle

7. Chortle is a synonym of chuckle

8. Chortle definition, to chuckle gleefully

9. Chortle definition, to chuckle gleefully

10. Chortle definition, to chuckle gleefully

11. Rosie gave a little chuckle.

12. She gave a little chuckle.

13. He gave a short chuckle.

14. He laughed with a rich, throaty chuckle.

15. We had a chuckle about it afterwards.

16. She gave a chuckle of delight.

17. Chortle: A snorting, joyful laugh or chuckle

18. She held me tight and continued to chuckle.

19. He gave a chuckle in response to her question.

20. He shook his head with a soft chuckle.

21. Laugh, giggle, chuckle The old lady Cackled with glee.

22. "I was only kidding," he said with a low chuckle.

23. As verbs the difference between chuckle and Chortle is that chuckle is to laugh quietly or inwardly while Chortle is to laugh with a Chortle or Chortles.

24. What used to cause a belly laugh now earns a pleasant chuckle.

25. Nor, it must be said, a hoot, chuckle, chortle, crow or cackle.

26. Chortle Meaning: "Through the Looking Glass," perhaps from chuckle and snort

27. Bay rum, he wrote, then scratched it out with a chuckle.

28. She gasped, swallowed a mouthful of rain, and gave an involuntary chuckle.

29. Nor, it must be said, a hoot, chuckle, Chortle, crow or cackle

30. See also: Chortle Chortle over (something) To laugh or chuckle gleefully about something

31. Humorous stories about him made me chuckle and recall our happy life together.

32. I'll take two cases of Thin Mints and a box of Chuckle Lucks.

33. In this case, Chortle is a mash-up of the words chuckle and snort

34. He chuckled, a wickedly delicious little chuckle that sent a shiver down her spine.

35. Some came to seek the new power, some to chuckle, others to satisfy their curiosity.

36. Synonyms for Cachinnation include giggle, laugh, snigger, snicker, titter, chuckle, chortle, cackle, laughter and guffaw

37. Synonyms for Chortle include chuckle, laugh, cackle, giggle, titter, guffaw, crow, hee-haw, roar and scream

38. Then I hear a soft, throaty sound from his bed, like the chuckle of a horse.

39. And the person having the biggest chuckle over it all is Pat Burns, fired as coach late last season.

40. Chuckle definition, to laugh softly or amusedly, usually with satisfaction: They Chuckled at the child's efforts to walk

41. In the moulding of my clay did you take pleasure, or chuckle with divine delight at every quirk of personality?

42. Chuckle definition, to laugh softly or amusedly, usually with satisfaction: They Chuckled at the child's efforts to walk

43. The landlord chuckled again with his lean chuckle, and seemed to be mightily tickled at something beyond my comprehension.

44. 10 In the moulding of my clay did you take pleasure, or chuckle with divine delight at every quirk of personality?

45. “I chuckle inside whenever I hear a parent complain that a certain child ‘can’t take no for an answer.’

46. You have to chuckle when you think of Mayor Brown in front of the mirror getting ready for Halloween.

47. In fact, these were the kind of difficulties about which they used to chuckle when listening to tales from Windowswedded acquaintances.

48. With a chuckle he Ambled off to his wife, to be sent to some one else, and Drake bent to Nell

49. A slight chuckle escaped from her throat, the result of a sudden realization that she was thinking in terms of cotton.

50. Gifford had gone overboard a bit in the blues though ... For some reason this thought made Edwin chuckle to himself.