Chuckle ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Chuckle ( verb )

  1. To make a low, quiet, pleasant sound, often indicating amusement or pleasure.
  2. To laugh quietly.

Origin:

Imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. He chuckled at the joke.
  2. The old man chuckled as he read the newspaper.
  3. She chuckled at the absurdity of the situation.
  4. The audience chuckled at the comedian's puns.
  5. He couldn't help but chuckle at her antics.

(As a noun)

Chuckle ( noun )

  1. To make a low, quiet, pleasant sound, often indicating amusement or pleasure.
  2. To laugh quietly.

Origin:

Imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. He chuckled at the joke.
  2. The old man chuckled as he read the newspaper.
  3. She chuckled at the absurdity of the situation.
  4. The audience chuckled at the comedian's puns.
  5. He couldn't help but chuckle at her antics.
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