1. Chuckle definition, to laugh softly or amusedly, usually with satisfaction: They Chuckled at the child's efforts to walk
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2. Chuckled In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives
3. He Chuckled, and said that when they were elevated to …
4. The respectable fish-curer Chuckled, and patted his protégé on the back
5. BALLANTYNE This was the first that his grandfather had heard about school, but he agreed with Henry, and Chuckled to himself
6. Synonyms for Chuckled include chortled, giggled, tittered, laughed, snickered, sniggered, cackled, crowed, crew and hee-hawed
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7. He Chuckled immoderately and pressed his cowlick down, which defiant tuft popped instantly back to its position of attention
8. Van Dyck told our part in the happenings briefly, and the old banksman Chuckled delightedly
9. She Chuckled aloud, not that she relished her mirth, but the harlequinade of fate constrained a laugh for its antics.
10. Kolesaire made a TikTok video to show how often Meyer used the word, pointing to 12 different times the author wrote "Chuckled" in the book
11. Chuckle definition, to laugh softly or amusedly, usually with satisfaction: They Chuckled at the child's efforts to walk
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12. How to say Chuckled in English? Pronunciation of Chuckled with 1 audio pronunciation, 3 translations and more for Chuckled.
13. Definition of Chuckled in the Definitions.net dictionary
14. What does Chuckled mean? Information and translations of Chuckled in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
15. 12 synonyms of Chuckled from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 2 related words, definitions, and antonyms
16. Chuckled: to show mirth with an explosive vocal sound.
17. I Chuckled at the thought of Jane finding and reading that letter
18. Synonyms for Chuckled in Free Thesaurus
19. Father Chuckled at his own joke
20. 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
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21. She Chuckled at the memory of what he had said
22. "She Chuckled her assent to my offer as she got in the car." Chuckle (verb) To make the sound of a chicken; to cluck
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23. 'Chuckled' is a 8 letter word starting with C and ending with D Crossword clues for 'Chuckled' Clue Answer; Chuckled (7) LAUGHED: Showed amusement (7) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Chuckled [laughed] We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word laughed will help you to finish your crossword today
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24. Example Sentences for "Chuckled" He Chuckled at the comics
25. Simple David Willis Chuckled to himself a little over his ingenuity; he grew to like the quaintness of the name, and it was a constant reminder-if such were necessary-of the tragedy which belonged to the boy s birth
26. The captain Chuckled a little grimly at his own humour
27. He Chuckled at the thought of the two of them stuck in the snow
28. She Chuckled softly to herself as she remembered his astonished look
29. Margot Chuckled at the new use for the derisive term for malware tinkerers, and reminded herself to use it in her report
30. Short Story: "Fair Game" She kind of Chuckled and said, Well, good for you
31. Kathryn Stockett - An interview with author She kind of Chuckled and said, Well, good for you
32. He Chuckled saying it was kind of an accident
What is the difference between chuckle and laugh?
to laugh softly or amusedly, usually with satisfaction: They chuckled at the child's efforts to walk. to laugh to oneself: to chuckle while reading. Obsolete. to cluck, as a fowl.
Chuckle definition, to laugh softly or amusedly, usually with satisfaction: They chuckled at the child's efforts to walk. See more.