(1) Thomas gave a chortle(2) ├ö├ç├┐I'm not going to bite you,├ö├ç├û he said, his laugh dissolving into a soft chortle .(3) It started as a mild chuckle, elevated itself to a chortle , then blossomed into the longest, loudest, most cathartic hilarity he had ever experienced.(4) He has also got a shrewd sense of humour, revealed by a hooded look of bored apprehension if the talk meanders into polite inanity, and by an appreciative chortle when it goes the other way, somewhere interesting.(5) A laugh in the theatre is deeper and more satisfying than a chortle alone in front of the television.(6) ├ö├ç├┐My time frame would be by tomorrow,├ö├ç├û he says with a chortle , admitting his executives tell him it'll take a little longer.(7) He stops, lets out a throaty chortle , and starts trucking straight uphill, cutting the switchbacks.(8) No chortle , no chuckle, not even a quarter of a guffaw.(9) Besides the warm, humane tone it adopts, ├ö├ç├┐The Road Home├ö├ç├û boasts well rounded characters, some sharp observations and a nice line in humour that could chase a chortle out of the most dour reader.(10) The chortle , though, quickly turned into a loud laugh as the words replayed in her mind and she figured out what they meant.(11) The moments when the camera zooms in on Max's conniving face usually sparked a chortle of laughter from my son.(12) When I started talking to the walls, I decided I wanted to do something else,├ö├ç├û she says with a chortle .(13) Howard ends this play chortling like a loon, having the last laugh as ever.(14) The cashier's explanation elicited chortles of skepticism from everyone.(15) Some friends of mine already know about this and have likely already chortled at my astounding lack of basic knowledge.(16) His rapt audience, 16 Indian cricket players in blue blazers, chortled in approval, and later took turns to pump the general's hand.