Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of chortle.

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Examples

  • Silence, then chortling from the zebras somewhere on the endless plain.

    The Laugh

  • Silence, then chortling from the zebras somewhere on the endless plain.

    The Laugh

  • This book gets funnier and funnier and there'll be much chortling from the convenience, mark my words and you'll also finally sort out that Dambusters thing about turning your hands into goggles while you sing

    Loo Books

  • This book gets funnier and funnier and there'll be much chortling from the convenience, mark my words and you'll also finally sort out that Dambusters thing about turning your hands into goggles while you sing

    Loo Books

  • This book gets funnier and funnier and there'll be much chortling from the convenience, mark my words and you'll also finally sort out that Dambusters thing about turning your hands into goggles while you sing

    48 entries from October 2007

  • Here's Bush kind of chortling and smiling, and there's Gore looking dour and unhappy and really kind of horrible.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Election 2000 Presidential Debate: The Spin Room - October 12, 2000

  • Some of the scientists were forced to admit to poor behavior, such as chortling about the death of one climate skeptic.

    Local News from Tuscaloosa News

  • I'm sure you do as Have I Got News For You, Mock the Week and every other "topical news quiz" could hardly go a week without showing it and chortling over the imbecility of the US President.

    Barack Obama's door trouble - shhh

  • Nevertheless, some fiery pit with a chortling devil holding a pitchfork had seemed more of a twisted Disney fantasy than anything else.

    Raziel

  • Journalists of the old school no doubt are chortling.

    Robert Weller: Why Was the Week-Long Amina Hoax Possible?

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