Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of chuckle.
  • n. An instance in which someone chuckles

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Despite being spotted chuckling from a table in the front row, Rihanna is sticking up Britney Spears following a storm of media criticism over her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards earlier this month.

    Britney Spears “American Idol” Finale Performance

  • A couple of hours chuckling is not time wasted is it?

    plug

  • Also stating on many occasions (again chuckling) while shaking his head that the Canadians,. the Eskimo, who from what he said had a fondness for using the 30 -30 on polar Bears.

    Happy Holidays From The Gun Nut

  • At this, he and his apprentice begin chuckling madly.

    The cable guy

  • CM&V snitches report that Rihanna is a lesbian currently dating her assistant/friend, Melissa, the raven-skinned beauty who joined Rih-Rih in chuckling during Britney Spears’ opening performance at the MTV Video Music Awards.

    Kelly Clarkson Lesbian Rumors: “I’m Not Gay!”

  • What sounded like his chuckling was the ice in his drink.

    Beard

  • A person with close ties to the Bermuda aviation system recalled chuckling, several hours after Mr. Bloomberg's plane had left, when the mayor appeared on television in New York City, talking about the snow.

    NYT > Home Page

  • You cracked me up and I�m still kind of chuckling over you saying that someone said MJ was like a Volkswagen Beetle and your take came back, yes, "Like a very old Volkswagen Beetle".

    Magic Jack

  • I don't think -- and that's why Cyril was kind of chuckling and I was chuckling to myself, too.

    CNN Transcript Feb 6, 2006

  • And it was actually a remark that got everybody kind of chuckling nervously.

    CNN Transcript May 5, 2005

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