chuckled, past participle; chuckles, 3rd person singular present; chuckling, present participle; chuckled, past tense;
Laugh quietly or inwardly
I chuckled at the astonishment on her face
“That's a bit strong, isn't it?” he chuckled
A quiet or suppressed laugh
laugh quietly or with restraint
chortle: a soft partly suppressed laugh
Laughter is an audible expression of happiness, or an inward feeling of joy. It may ensue from jokes, tickling or other stimuli. It is in most cases a very pleasant sensation.
Chuckles is a confectionery produced by Farley's & Sathers Candy Company, Inc. Chuckles are jelly candies coated with a light layer of sugar. They come in five flavors: cherry, lemon, lime, orange, and Licorice. Each package of Chuckles contains one piece of each flavor. ...
(Chuckles (G.I. Joe)) Chuckles is a fictional character from the toyline, comic books and cartoon series of the 1980s. He is the G.I. Joe team's undercover specialist and debuted in 1987.
(chuckling) An instance in which someone chuckles
(chuckled (to be -)) (v) külе-külе tururģa
(Chuckles) "Fun stuff" including toys and games; wheelchair, stroller, and wagon rentals.
(Chuckles) A man who has been a big as a help to The Avatar as well as an extreme annoyance. Chuckles is Lord British's court jester. He is quite smart for a bumble, and has been known to help The Avatar on several occasions.
(Chuckles) This is what Q calls Chakotay. (The Q and the Grey)
(Chuckles) is a fish who is only seen dead in a photograph with Darla. According to dialogue in the film, Chuckles was once a member of the Tank Gang until Dr. Sherman gave him to Darla as a present for her seventh birthday. ...