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Ruefully Aristide found no answers save in the general chuckle-headedness of mankind.
His chuckle stopped as lightning flare threw the shadow of a man across the ground at Joseph's feet.
Jones said this with a chuckle and a sly expression in his face, as he glanced meaningly at his companion.
"It would be a highly indecent spectacle, my dear," said the vicar with a chuckle.
His free hand closed over hers, but she snatched her own away with indignation that ended in a chuckle.
"Yes, if we don't run away with some of those handsome cowboys," put in Amy, with a chuckle.
And to better the smile, he had the jolliest little chuckle that ever came through a pair of baby lips.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
"And think yourself her superior," interrupted Mrs Everett, with her most annoying chuckle.
IN THE ONYX LOBBYCAROLYN WELLS
I chuckle, 'membahin' whut ole woman tell us 'bout freedom, an' no larnin.
It was then that the young man paused, while the dry chuckle broke out behind.
MENOTAHERNEST G. HENHAM

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