Definitions for chortleˈtʃɔr tl
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a soft partly suppressed laugh
chuckle, chortle, laugh softly(verb)
laugh quietly or with restraint
A joyful, somewhat muffled laugh, rather like a snorting chuckle.
He frequently interrupted himself with chortles while he told us his favorite joke.
To laugh with a chortle or chortles.
The old fellow chortled as he recalled his youthful adventures.
Origin: Coined by Lewis Carroll in his poem Jabberwocky, perhaps as a .
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- кикотя се, кикотенеBulgarian
- glucksen, chortleGerman
- höröttää, hörähtää, hörötysFinnish
- gloussement, glousserFrench
- hneggja af hlátri, rýta af hlátriIcelandic
- Kushiada NageKannada
- luidruchtig grinnikken, verkneukelenDutch
- humre, klukklatter, klukkle, snøfting, humring, snøfteNorwegian
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