See chuckler.

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  • chucklesome — adjective see chuckle …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • chucklesome — …   Useful english dictionary

  • chuck|le|some — «CHUHK uhl suhm», adjective. causing chuckles: »The humor in this book is chucklesome (New York Times). J J is a chucklesome old caution rather than a scoundrel (Punch). ╂[< chuckle1 + some1] …   Useful english dictionary

  • chuckle — intransitive verb (chuckled; chuckling) Etymology: probably frequentative of 1chuck Date: circa 1770 1. to laugh inwardly or quietly 2. to make a continuous gentle sound resembling suppressed mirth < the clear bright water chuckled …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • chuck|ly — «CHUHK lee», adjective, li|er, li|est. chuckling; chucklesome; merry: »Mr. Scott s soothing commentary goes on now tentative, now chuckly,…now a shade coy (Punch) …   Useful english dictionary

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