(1) I thought I heard a chortle at the back of the room.
(2) He gave a chortle.
(3) I could chortle at this further confirmation that Microsoft's operating systems are secure only when not connected to the Internet.
(4) Nor, it must be said, a hoot, chuckle, chortle, crow or cackle.
(5) But now I can emit a genuine chortle.
(6) She suppressed an embarrassed chortle as the men began to chat about the paper.
(7) You have to smile and chortle with delight as you're presented with a tie or a paper weight or a really ugly, ill-fitting shirt you'd not be caught dead in.
(8) Most of Carroll's nonsense words are not used in English, except for "chortle."
(9) Father used to chortle over the funny funny papers every Sunday.
(10) Father used chortle over such funny jokes. Sentencedict.com
(11) Or anyway, keep it to a low chortle, because it seems like 3D on the Web is actually starting to become a thing.
(12) Arum, of course, had to chortle over that precious bit of irony.
(13) I tried to wait, expecting him to respond with a gurgle or a chortle.
(14) When I tell them what have happen to me, they all chortle with mirth.
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