he asked with a chuckle.
He chuckled a mean, mean little chuckle.
Bit of smoke on the horizon but other than that ...” he says and finishes with a chuckle.
Ask yourself what made you chuckle today while you were going about normal day-to-day things?
“Danny Preiskel (Friday’s Fiver letters) doesn’t need laughing gas to chuckle up The Fiver.
As for looks, every time I see a similar sofa for quadruple the price, it makes me chuckle.
Today, you'd get called a cradle-snatcher for that," he says, and lets out a gurgling chuckle.
Babies are born ready to laugh – experts believe they even start practising to chuckle in the womb.
That’s why laughter tracks are placed in TV sitcoms - to make us chuckle along with the unseen audience.
You let out a clipped chuckle, then paused, took out your pocketbook, your brow pinched, and recounted our money.
Do you know,” she adds, with a bleak little chuckle, “that you are the only Italian who has ever asked me about my language?”
Siobhan and her brother Sean chuckle at the memories of how their Mum would welcome everyone into their home with the offer of a cup of tea and a chat.
She told investigators that a crew member approached her at one point and said with a chuckle, “I’m with Bull,” before suggesting that he, too, wanted to take part in a threesome with her.
But amid all the scheming, and with a big chuckle, Muhammad Morsi, then president, informed his colleagues that their discussion was being broadcast live on a state-owned television channel.
When Ian Paisley became first minister in Stormont - Northern Ireland's seat of government - with Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness acting as deputy first minister, the two of them got on so well that they were nicknamed the "chuckle brothers".
“As a matter of fact, I’m looking at his Purdue letterman’s sweater,” Jim said last week over the phone with a chuckle, referring to the memento John earned as a three-time All-American who led the Boilermakers to their only national championship, in 1932.
"I had to chuckle at Matt Hancock's comment, 'where the Isle of Wight leads, the rest of Britain will follow', because it has been joked that the Isle of Wight has always been a generation behind the rest of the country - so there's a first for everything."
Chuckle-head, much the same as “buffle head,” “cabbage head,” “chowder head,” “cod’s head,”—all signifying that large abnormal form of skull generally supposed to accompany stupidity and weakness of intellect; as the Scotch proverb, “muckle head and little wit.”
Celebrities are also getting involved in the challenge: Paul Chuckle (of Chuckle Brothers fame) is running around the apple tree in his garden; Jessica Ennis-Hill is hitting a golf ball 26 times with a cheese grater; and Jonny Wilkinson is doing 26 keepie uppies with various balls.
The chuckle with which he said this, and the chuckle with which he paid for the Turkey, and the chuckle with which he paid for the cab, and the chuckle with which he recompensed the boy, were only to be exceeded by the chuckle with which he sat down breathless in his chair again, and chuckled till he cried.
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The chuckle with which he said this and the chuckle with which he paid for the Turkey and the chuckle with which he paid for the cab and the chuckle with which he recompensed the boy were only to be exceeded by the chuckle with which he sat down breathless in his chair again and chuckled till he cried