chackle


chackle
/chak"euhl/, v.i., chackled, chackling. Brit. Dial.
to chatter; jabber.
[expressive form; cf. CHATTER, CACKLE]

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  • chackle — chack·le …   English syllables

  • chackle — ˈchakəl intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: probably blend of chatter (I) and cackle (I) dialect England : cackle, rattle * * * /chak euhl/, v.i., chackled, chackling …   Useful english dictionary


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