chucklesome


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chuck·le

 (chŭk′əl)
intr.v. chuck·led, chuck·ling, chuck·les
1. To laugh quietly or to oneself.
2. To cluck or chuck, as a hen.
n.
A quiet laugh of mild amusement or satisfaction.

[ Probably frequentative of chuck.]

chuck′ler n.
chuck′le·some adj.
chuck′ling·ly (-lĭng-lē) adv.

chucklesome

(ˈtʃʌkəlsəm)
adj
informal amusing; full of humour
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Indeed, the only real exception to the rule that pan-global nuclear genocide can actually be quiet chucklesome is Remain Indoors, the Mitchell and Webb quiz show skit set in the scorched earth remains of an anonymous TV studio some "17,00 new British hours since 'The Event'.
Indeed, the only real exception to rule that pan-global nuclear genocide can actually be quiet chucklesome is Remain Indoors, the Mitchell and Webb quiz show skit set in the scorched earth remains of an anonymous TV studio some "17,00 new British hours since 'The Event'.
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The apocalypse repeats, it seems: first as impending tragedy, then as chucklesome farce.
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