chortle

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chortle about (someone or something)

To laugh about someone or something. I was still chortling about that scene in the movie the next day.
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chortle about someone or something

 and chortle over someone or something
to chuckle or giggle about someone or something funny. I was chortling about Elaine's silly puppy for a long time. Elaine chortled about me and my dislike for cats.
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chuckle with something

 and chortle with something
to giggle in some manner because one is gleeful or happy. He chuckled with unsuppressed mirth at the antics of the strangely dressed people. Sally chortled with glee at the thought of Ken slipping on the ice.
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CHORTLED at the last of the Empire Square reruns (C4) late on Sunday night.
I chortled along to his jokes every time I heard them on TV and would really like to see a re-run of some of his earlier series.
"You look like Jermaine Jenas, mate," chortled one of my associates.
''All I can remember is somehow managing to squeeze between two haystacks and bouncing through a ploughed field before managing to get back on the road,'' he chortled.
He chortled away during the show in which Dempsey & Makepeace hunk Michael Brandon does a great imitation of Jezza.
"I'm gonna do a Tiger putt now," Jack chortled. Then later he exclaimed: "I always slice it out to the right, but if I aim to the left, it goes dead straight - funny that, isn't it?"
After turning a 13-stone pregnant ewe on to her back for a hoof examination, Wills chortled: 'The things I do.
Prescott chortled like the village idiot on laughing gas, clearly not understanding a word, and boasted that he had already phoned his dear old mum.
"I've just rung up my parents, and my mother answered the telephone-Dad was asleep on the sofa," chortled the trainer after Paul Doe had brought Gentleman Venture home a length and three-quarters in front of Champagne Rider.
They rode camels and clowned about in a dump in the desert called Birdsville, where Morrissey eyed a topless horsewoman (the woman was topless, not the horse) and chortled: "Nice saddlebags!"
"Nice one," chortled studio analyst Terry Venables, as the watching millions looked on in utter bewilderment.
The audience chortled as he turned to her and quipped: "Why?"
"Butcher by trade, butcher by nature!" chortled Ken.
But one of his mates chortled yesterday: "It sticks out like a sore thumb.