- v. present participle of cackle.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The broken noise of a goose or a hen.
“Pratchett calls this state 'cackling'--the belief that one knows better than anyone how people should live their lives.”
“I looked them up in the ADF&G wildlife notebook on Dinah’s computer and there are six different species, including one called the cackling Canada geese which I really love the name of and I wished it nested here but the notebook says not.”
“Dubyah reminded us of an entitled cackling jock giving geeks and nerds two - handed wedgies in the high school bathroom.”
“That's when the "cackling" as Eldred calls it commenced.”
“The bird frequently makes a kind of cackling noise, and when enraged at an enemy, it hisses very loudly.”
“Dionne Mitchell – Before Dionne Mitchell started to sing on Saturday’s X Factor, she was mostly known as the cackling, sobbing, shrieking woman who’d saturate Sharon Osbourne with tears at every single opportunity she’d get.”
“I feel like the President has done his part, but everybody else is just wasting time on the clock cackling about nothing ...”
“It's not the "myth" or the "worthless set of IOU's" that would-be welshers and piggy-bank robbers like Alan Simpson keep cackling about.”
“I just left it with reading it outloud to my husband and cackling loudly.”
Looking for tweets for cackling.