1. laugh loudly and in an unrestrained way
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How To Use cachinnate In A Sentence

  • Whether or not you're a logomaniac (one obsessed with words), this esoteric collection of English words should prove entertaining; it even might make you cachinnate (laugh loudly) as you turn the pages.
  • He looked in at the door and snickered, then in at the window, then peeked down from between the rafters and cachinnated till his sides must have ached; then struck an attitude upon the chimney, and fairly squealed with mirth and ridicule. In the Catskills Selections from the Writings of John Burroughs
  • But, heigho! some fly or other is the indispensable adjunct of every pot of ointment, and while I was still jumping for joy at having passed the steep barrier of such a Rubicon, there came a letter from Miss JESSIMINA which constrained me to cachinnate upon the wrong side of nose! Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.
  • To say something does not exist simply on the grounds that you can not ‘see’ it is enough to make anyone cachinnate.
  • So he's releasing a bevy of albums of late, and I shan't cachinnate nor chortle at this dispatch.
  • I chuckled, guffawed, chortled and cachinnated my way through the book.
  • We were making an entry of somebody's chickens at a store door in the village just mentioned, one August day, when a familiar "hillo!" reached our ear, and turning round, we perceived, some twenty yards off, the quizzical face of our old friend, projecting over the fore-gate of his wagon, and puckered into five hundred little wrinkles as he cachinnated joyously -- Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor. With a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley
  • I think I shall have a mighty awesome night tonight .... and may even tell u all about it tomorrow ... (hmm perhaps not ALL) * cachinnate* relinquished - curiosity Phelicity Diary Entry
  • Every time you take a full breath, or when you cachinnate well, the diaphragm descends and gives the stomach an extra squeeze and shakes it. Cheerfulness as a Life Power
  • He squealed to no end while she cachinnated maniacally at the tribulation of the poor helpless doctor.
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