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chuckling

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Conservative columnists are chuckling and clucking and tweeting to beat the band.

“I wish I could say that was intentional,” Witzig says, chuckling.

“After all that work, we reached a point where we were almost semi-professional,” says a chuckling Brancowitz.

But Zuck looked good: chuckling, energetic, and (dare we say it) a little buffer than usual.

“Alcide needs to get some soon,” says a chuckling Manganiello.

The galling part of it was that Aunt Linda knew, and was chuckling, so to speak, over my discomfiture.

Aristide went away chuckling, highly diverted by the success of his first effort.

Plenty more wery like it,” said Dick, chuckling, “and to be had wery much on the same terms.

He got up, planted both feet on it and teetered back and forth, chuckling up at Bud with his eyes squinted.

But a sharp observer might have detected him chuckling down deep in his throat as the colonel and the squire stormed and raged.

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On this page you'll find 93 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chuckling, such as: babbling, bubbling, burbling, cackle, chortle, and chuckle.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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