[ US /ˈtʃəkəɫ/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈʌkə‍l/ ]
  1. a soft partly suppressed laugh
  1. laugh quietly or with restraint
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How To Use chuckle In A Sentence

  • Some came to seek the new power, some to chuckle, others to satisfy their curiosity.
  • We chuckled together as she stood and reached up to the top shelf of a grand bookcase in the corner.
  • He hires all his unemployable comedy friends and we're supposed to chuckle along with their camaraderie, as though paying eight bucks makes us eligible to be in on the in-jokes.
  • The combative midfielder said with a chuckle: 'Are we depressed? The Sun
  • Liam chuckled as if this was amusing and got a swat in the chest from Leslie.
  • Margot chuckled at the new use for the derisive term for malware tinkerers, and reminded herself to use it in her report. Short Story: "Fair Game"
  • It still makes me chuckle. Times, Sunday Times
  • But his chuckle was not so rotund, and he was very attentive to the ammeter. Main Street
  • And as he watched her in confusion, Shelley's chuckle turned into an uncontrollable, hysterical fit of laughter.
  • “The baobab is a most wonderful tree,” he chuckled, settling back against an outcropping of rock. Giants of the Bushveld
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