cackle Hinduski

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n. कुड़कुड़ाना, घें-में, खिलखिलकर हंसना
v. कुड़कुड़ाना, घें-में करना, खिलखिलकर हंसना

Przykładowe zdania

Here I was, wrapped up in a Persian rug, packed in tightly between bags of grain, a crate of vegetables and a dozen cages of cackling hens.
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And in spite of her misery, she began to cackle right merrily, deep down in her windpipe. It was almost as if she had laughed.
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cried the hens; and with that they kept up a continuous cackle.
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When the geese noticed the old woman, they stretched out their wings and necks high in the air, ran to meet her, cackling all the while.
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"Surprised, ain't you?" Halla cackled.
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"Ye calls them 'cher-rubs'," cackled the old man. "Babes, ye fancy they are, with wings.
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“Witchin’ magic,” she cackled.
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A sudden, crazy cackle exploded from the wizard’s lips.
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And it was then that Cogline really began to cackle.
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More cackling voices rise in the deeper reaches of the woods and then something roars, momentarily silencing them.
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Synonimy

1. cluck: crow, quack, gabble
2. laugh: chortle, snigger, giggle, chuckle, titter


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