She chortled that Dubya was affable but a policy buffoon; she actually liked him personally, but hated his politics.
I stuck him with the fork,” he chortled, “and he squealed like a pig!
The druggist danced and chortled till the bottles danced on the shelves.
"Now, I don't want to wake up," he chortled, as he hefted the various sacks.
And even Noel "chortled in his joy," to use his favourite expression.
"We gave them a licking they won't forget so quickly," Pepe chortled.
"I fetched 'em from town Tuesday morning," chortled Furneaux.
"He'll die when the freight claims come in," Mr. McGuffey chortled.
"You'll give it to the police, all right," chortled Mr. Smedburg.
"Very tricky, these Appsalanoj," he chortled and attacked the solder with a knife blade.
coined 1872 by Lewis Carroll in "Through the Looking Glass," perhaps from chuckle and snort. Related: Chortled; chortling. As a noun, from 1903.