“At a rodeo, in a stall, in a three-way,” says McConaughey with a chuckle.
“What I regret is not printing the T-shirts,” he said with a chuckle.
He'd chuckle and say, "Well, you've got the voice... You just need confidence."
“We are like truffle pigs in a big forest, snorting and looking for oak trees,” adds Brancowitz with a chuckle.
A group of local teens in the small town got a chuckle out of the “rich kid” driving a “funny ass car.”
"See your uncle if you want to," Sri Yukteswar replied with a chuckle.
And he said to himself with a chuckle that the laugh would be on Grumpy Weasel.
With a movement of his heavy shoulders and a chuckle he heaved himself out of the chair.
His chuckle was harsher this time, and had the ring of truth.
“Sandy and those fellows will have lots of fun hunting for us,” remarked Ned with a chuckle.
1590s, frequentative of Middle English chukken "make a clucking noise" (late 14c.), of echoic origin. It originally meant "noisy laughter." Related: Chuckled; chuckling.
1754, from chuckle (v.).