chuckling in English

verb
1
laugh quietly or inwardly.
I chuckled at the astonishment on her face
synonyms: giggle chortle titter tee-hee snicker snigger

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

1. Jim Feng laughed quietly: a monotone chuckling.

2. [ chuckling ] Plenty of Republicans, too.

3. It loomed over him chuckling with preternatural malice.

4. Vassily was smiling and nodding and chuckling hoarsely.

5. We kept going, Kip chuckling every so often, me concentrating on the map.

6. He chuckling to himself as he read that funny story.

7. Still chuckling, George led the way back through the glass door into the inferno.

8. Synonyms for Chortling include laughter, cachinnation, chuckling, giggling, guffawing, laughing, tittering, howling, boff and boffo

9. Antonyms for Blubbering include cheerful, happy, laughing, smiling, unemotional, chortling, chuckling, cackling, giggling and guffawing

10. Sarah Eden's Affectations is a clever tale that leaves you chuckling, entertained and full of warm feelings

11. [ Chuckling ] We should not only have given you that title, we should have made you an ambassador.

12. Impish and given to easy chuckling, Dan feels most at home when teaching his students one - on - one .

13. What a pleasure it is to listen to the soothing murmur of a running brook, the cooing of a turtledove, or the chuckling laugh of a baby!

14. Plural of boffola Synonyms & Antonyms of Boffolas 1 an explosive sound that is a sign of amusement the audience could be heard chuckling throughout the play, but there were few theater-filling Boffolas

15. Plural of Boffola Synonyms & Antonyms of Boffolas 1 an explosive sound that is a sign of amusement the audience could be heard chuckling throughout the play, but there were few theater-filling Boffolas

16. Chortle means a satisfied chuckle or the act of chuckling in a satisfied manner.Chortle is a portmanteau, which is a word that is composed by blending the sounds and the meaning of two different words

17. Crashed is a pleasurable outing, without the personal risk, to the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles, where moral ambiguity fills the air.” —Read Me Deadly (blog) "This detective potboiler with its oddball characters will keep you chuckling." —The Martha's Vineyard Times

18. Definition of Bluesy : resembling, characteristic of, or suited to the blues Examples of Bluesy in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web In its own freeform way, their cagey, chuckling rapport resembles a Bluesy jam session without the music.

19. Examples of boffola in a Sentence the audience could be heard chuckling throughout the play, but there were few theater-filling Boffolas if that was the wannabe comic's best boffola, he'd be well-advised not to quit his day job First Known Use of boffola 1946, in the meaning defined above

20. ‘After Conferring with the huge arrival board near the wall of windows, she looked over to the crowd of reporters and camera crews surrounding the door.’ ‘They are always Conferring with each other and chuckling away in a nice little group there, but it is a group that people are …

21. Examples of Boffola in a Sentence the audience could be heard chuckling throughout the play, but there were few theater-filling Boffolas if that was the wannabe comic's best Boffola, he'd be well-advised not to quit his day job First Known Use of Boffola 1946, in the meaning defined above

22. ‘A chorus of male voices rose above the din, Crescendoing, singing ‘Jezebel’ in ringing tones that deafened the room with awe.’ ‘The advisor started chuckling softly to himself, and it grew and crescendoed into the same maniacal laughter that was coming out of the priestess's mouth far away.’

23. ‘A chorus of male voices rose above the din, Crescendoing, singing ‘Jezebel’ in ringing tones that deafened the room with awe.’ ‘The advisor started chuckling softly to himself, and it grew and crescendoed into the same maniacal laughter that was coming out of the priestess's mouth far away.’

24. Inflections of 'chuckle' (v): (⇒ conjugate) chuckles v 3rd person singular chuckling v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Chuckled v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Chuckled v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to