cackle

[ kak-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF cackle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CACKLE

The detective indulged himself in a cackle of sneering merriment.

And now stop your clatter and go to sleep; I'm tired of hearing you cackle.

The captain looked at him dully; then, understanding, a cackle came from his throat.

And suddenly, unaccountably, he began to chuckle; he began to cackle noisily.

A mingling of honk and cackle, it manifested not excitement so much as curiosity.

"'We've climbed the hill toge-ge-ge-ther,'" chimed in Purvis, with a cackle.

And he laughed with a cackle a demon could not have rivalled.

Forgive them for our sakes,” growled Bembi, “or they will cackle all night.

And there were stories from all parts, the cackle of the profession.

He has stopped Austria's cackle and I fear it will be our turn next.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CACKLE

sniggering

verbgiggle

squawk

verbmake high-pitched, animal-like sound
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