verb (used without object), chuck·led, chuck·ling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM chucklechuck·ler, nounchuck·ling·ly, adverb
Words nearby chuckle
Example sentences from the Web for chuckled
I admit, I chuckled when I read the phrase “boomtown effects” in the New York report.
Rich, the married father of two young boys, chuckled accommodatingly.
And so the 20 or so people, sitting alone at the Empire 25 in Times Square, chuckled quietly.
Vallée chuckled, responding, “Never,” and asking whether there were even any trans actors.
As I moved past the T-shirts, two guys walking past me looked back, and one chuckled.Preparing for War in Indianapolis: Inside the NRA Plot to Terrify America|Cliff Schecter|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Beasley chuckled across at him, and the sound of his mirth infuriated Buck.The Golden Woman|Ridgwell Cullum
"It's easy seen you ain't been in the business long, Miss Ladue," chuckled madame.Find the Woman|Arthur Somers Roche
Tommy chuckled and joined Harriet, linking an arm with her and starting a lively conversation.The Meadow-Brook Girls by the Sea|Janet Aldridge
Farland had the satisfaction of hearing the masked man gasp, and he chuckled.The Brand of Silence|Harrington Strong
Chippy Hackee was not too fat, but he did not want to come; he stayed down below and chuckled.The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes|Beatrix Potter