He'd chuckle and say, "Well, you've got the voice... You just need confidence."
“What I regret is not printing the T-shirts,” he said with a chuckle.
“Welcome to Zintan,” he said with an ironic smile, eliciting a chuckle from his captors and from me.
“We are like truffle pigs in a big forest, snorting and looking for oak trees,” adds Brancowitz with a chuckle.
“We need to call it something else,” Mitchell offered with a chuckle.
"See your uncle if you want to," Sri Yukteswar replied with a chuckle.
Linda tried hard but she could not suppress a chuckle: "Of course you would!"
With a movement of his heavy shoulders and a chuckle he heaved himself out of the chair.
Calendar's chuckle was not audible, but he broke the pause that followed.
“Sandy and those fellows will have lots of fun hunting for us,” remarked Ned with a chuckle.
1590s, frequentative of Middle English chukken "make a clucking noise" (late 14c.), of echoic origin. It originally meant "noisy laughter." Related: Chuckled; chuckling.
1754, from chuckle (v.).