For most of the film I was too mortified to actually laugh out loud, but that one got a cackle from me.
Kabakov is the Beckett of the art world, creating silences and divorcing himself from the cackle.
“I am wreaking a double vengeance,” writes Cellini, barely suppressing a cackle.
But cackle and splutter ain't swimming; so Robert, my nabs, it's no go.
The detective indulged himself in a cackle of sneering merriment.
After it had waggled its head around, it moved a little and began to peck and cackle; and I could hear other cackles answering.
And suddenly, unaccountably, he began to chuckle; he began to cackle noisily.
Dimple ran to fetch the eggs, over the laying of which her fowls had scarcely ceased to cackle in the barn.
A mingling of honk and cackle, it manifested not excitement so much as curiosity.
They sometimes describe the words of their parts as "cackle."