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cackly

  • adjective satellite like the cackles or squawks a hen makes especially after laying an egg
    squawky.

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consume

  • verb eat immoderately
    down; go through; devour.
    • Some people can down a pound of meat in the course of one meal
  • verb serve oneself to, or consume regularly
    have; take in; ingest; take.
    • Have another bowl of chicken soup!
    • I don't take sugar in my coffee

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snorty

  • adjective satellite (British informal) ill-tempered or annoyed
    shirty.

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uproariously

  • adverb in a hilarious manner
    hilariously.
    • hilariously funny

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tinkly

  • adjective satellite like the short high ringing sound of a small bell
    tinkling.
    • sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal

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maniacally

  • adverb in a maniacal manner or to a maniacal degree
    • he was maniacally obsessed with jealousy

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raucously

  • adverb with a raucous sound
    • his voice rang raucously
  • adverb in a rowdy manner
    rowdily.
    • the crowd got drunk and started to behave rowdily

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phlegmy

  • adjective characterized by phlegm
    • a phlegmy discharge

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hysterically

  • adverb in a hysterical manner
    • she screamed hysterically when she heard the news

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unamused

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immoderately

  • adverb without moderation; in an immoderate manner
    • he eats immoderately
  • adverb to a degree that exceeds the bounds or reason or moderation
    unreasonably.
    • his prices are unreasonably high

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rumble

  • noun a loud low dull continuous noise
    rumbling; grumble; grumbling.
    • they heard the rumbling of thunder
  • noun a servant's seat (or luggage compartment) in the rear of a carriage

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boisterously

  • adverb in a carefree manner
    rollickingly.
    • she was rollickingly happy

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humourless

  • adjective lacking humor; a wink of warning"- Truman Capote
    humorless; unhumorous.
    • it was a humorless wink

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crinkle

  • noun a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface
    crease; seam; line; wrinkle; furrow.
    • his face has many lines
    • ironing gets rid of most wrinkles
  • verb make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in
    scrunch; crisp; crease; ruckle; wrinkle; scrunch up.
    • The dress got wrinkled
    • crease the paper like this to make a crane

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throaty

  • adjective satellite sounding as if pronounced low in the throat
    • a rich throaty voice

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uncontrollably

  • adverb in an uncontrolled manner
    • she laughed uncontrollably

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humorless

  • adjective lacking humor; a wink of warning"- Truman Capote
    humourless; unhumorous.
    • it was a humorless wink

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hilariously

  • adverb in a hilarious manner
    uproariously.
    • hilariously funny

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screechy

  • adjective satellite having or making a high-pitched sound such as that made by a mouse or a rusty hinge
    screaky; squeaking; squeaky; squealing.

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obstreperously

  • adverb in manner that attracts attention
    clamorously; loudly.
    • obstreperously, he demanded to get service

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dianoetic

  • adjective satellite proceeding to a conclusion by reason or argument rather than intuition
    discursive.

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embarrassed

  • adjective satellite feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious
    chagrined; abashed.
    • felt abashed at the extravagant praise
    • chagrined at the poor sales of his book
    • was embarrassed by her child's tantrums
  • verb cause to be embarrassed; cause to feel self-conscious
    embarrass; abash.

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unhumorous

  • adjective lacking humor; a wink of warning"- Truman Capote
    humourless; humorless.
    • it was a humorless wink

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sidesplitting

  • adjective satellite very funny
    killing.
    • a killing joke
    • sidesplitting antics

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tinkle

  • noun a light clear metallic sound as of a small bell
    ting.
  • verb make or emit a high sound
    clink; tink; chink.
    • tinkling bells

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croaky

  • adjective satellite like the sounds of frogs and crows
    guttural.
    • a guttural voice
    • acres of guttural frogs

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cackle

  • noun the sound made by a hen after laying an egg
  • noun noisy talk
    yack; chatter; yak; yakety-yak.

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provoker

  • noun someone who deliberately foments trouble
    firebrand; inciter; instigator; instigant.
    • she was the instigator of their quarrel

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wheezy

  • adjective satellite having a tone of a reed instrument
    reedy.
  • adjective satellite relating to breathing with a whistling sound
    wheezing; asthmatic.

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burble

  • verb flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise
    babble; guggle; ripple; bubble; gurgle.
    • babbling brooks

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kookaburra

  • noun Australian kingfisher having a loud cackling cry
    Dacelo gigas; laughing jackass.

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infectiously

  • adverb in a contagious manner
    contagiously.
    • she was contagiously bubbly

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throaty

  • adjective satellite sounding as if pronounced low in the throat
    • a rich throaty voice

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ringing

  • noun the sound of a bell ringing
    tintinnabulation; ring.
    • the distinctive ring of the church bell
    • the ringing of the telephone
    • the tintinnabulation that so voluminously swells from the ringing and the dinging of the bells"--E. A. Poe
  • noun the giving of a ring as a token of engagement

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whinny

  • noun the characteristic sounds made by a horse
    nicker; neigh; whicker.
  • verb make a characteristic sound, of a horse
    nicker; neigh; whicker.

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bubble

  • noun a hollow globule of gas (e.g., air or carbon dioxide)
  • noun a speculative scheme that depends on unstable factors that the planner cannot control
    house of cards.
    • his proposal was nothing but a house of cards
    • a real estate bubble

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hiccup

  • noun (usually plural) the state of having reflex spasms of the diaphragm accompanied by a rapid closure of the glottis producing an audible sound; sometimes a symptom of indigestion
    singultus; hiccough.
    • how do you cure the hiccups?
  • verb breathe spasmodically, and make a sound
    hiccough.
    • When you have to hiccup, drink a glass of cold water

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derisively

  • adverb in a disrespectful and mocking manner
    scoffingly; derisorily; mockingly.
    • `Sorry,' she repeated derisively

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recognitory

Pertaining to, or connected with, recognition.

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demonically

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fleer

  • noun someone who flees from an uncongenial situation
    fugitive; runaway.
    • fugitives from the sweatshops
  • noun contempt expressed by mockery in looks or words

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trilled

  • adjective satellite uttered with a trill
    rolled; rolling.
    • she used rolling r's as in Spanish
  • verb pronounce with a trill, of the phoneme `r'
    trill.
    • Some speakers trill their r's

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rueful

  • adjective satellite feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
    remorseful; contrite; ruthful.

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peal

  • noun a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
    rolling; pealing; roll.
  • verb ring recurrently
    • bells were pealing

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derisive

  • adjective satellite abusing vocally; expressing contempt or ridicule
    gibelike; taunting; jeering; mocking.
    • derisive laughter
    • a jeering crowd
    • her mocking smile
    • taunting shouts of `coward' and `sissy'

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delightedly

  • adverb with delight
    • delightedly, she accepted the invitation

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choky

  • noun British slang (dated) for a prison
    chokey.
  • adjective satellite so tight as to tend to choke
    • a choky collar

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giddily

  • adverb in a giddy light-headed manner
    light-headedly; dizzily.
    • he walked around dizzily

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rumble

  • noun a loud low dull continuous noise
    rumbling; grumble; grumbling.
    • they heard the rumbling of thunder
  • noun a servant's seat (or luggage compartment) in the rear of a carriage

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bray

  • noun the cry of an ass
  • verb braying characteristic of donkeys
    hee-haw.

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silly

  • noun a word used for misbehaving children
    • don't be a silly
  • adjective satellite ludicrous, foolish
    cockamamie; wacky; goofy; sappy; whacky; zany; cockamamy.
    • gave me a cockamamie reason for not going
    • wore a goofy hat
    • a silly idea
    • some wacky plan for selling more books

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horsy

Pertaining to, or suggestive of, a horse, or of horse racing; as, horsy manners; garments of fantastically horsy fashions. Colloq.

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provoker

  • noun someone who deliberately foments trouble
    firebrand; inciter; instigator; instigant.
    • she was the instigator of their quarrel

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snigger

  • noun a disrespectful laugh
    snicker; snort.
  • verb laugh quietly
    snicker.

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rippled

  • adjective satellite uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves
    wavy; crinkly; crinkled; wavelike.
  • verb stir up (water) so as to form ripples
    ripple; riffle; undulate; ruffle; cockle.

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weeper

  • noun a person who weeps
    crier.
  • noun a hired mourner

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gurgle

  • noun the bubbling sound of water flowing from a bottle with a narrow neck
  • verb flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise
    babble; burble; guggle; ripple; bubble.
    • babbling brooks

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crack

  • noun a long narrow opening
    crevice; cleft; scissure; fissure.
  • noun a narrow opening
    gap.
    • he opened the window a crack

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riotously

  • adverb in a tumultuous and riotous manner
    tumultuously.
    • the crowd was demonstrating tumultuously
  • adverb in an exuberant manner
    exuberantly.
    • the exuberantly baroque decoration of the church

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breathy

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hollow

  • noun a cavity or space in something
    • hunger had caused the hollows in their cheeks
  • noun a small valley between mountains
    holler.
    • he built himself a cabin in a hollow high up in the Appalachians

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hiccup

  • noun (usually plural) the state of having reflex spasms of the diaphragm accompanied by a rapid closure of the glottis producing an audible sound; sometimes a symptom of indigestion
    singultus; hiccough.
    • how do you cure the hiccups?
  • verb breathe spasmodically, and make a sound
    hiccough.
    • When you have to hiccup, drink a glass of cold water

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uninhibited

  • adjective not inhibited or restrained
    • uninhibited exuberance

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hearty

  • adjective satellite showing warm and heartfelt friendliness
    • gave us a cordial reception
    • a hearty welcome
  • adjective satellite providing abundant nourishment
    solid; substantial; square; satisfying.
    • a hearty meal
    • good solid food
    • ate a substantial breakfast
    • four square meals a day

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heartily

  • adverb with gusto and without reservation
    • the boy threw himself heartily into his work
  • adverb in a hearty manner
    cordially; warmly.
    • `Yes,' the children chorused heartily
    • We welcomed her warmly

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maniacal

  • adjective satellite wildly disordered
    maniac.
    • a maniacal frenzy

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appreciatively

  • adverb with appreciation; in a grateful manner
    gratefully.
    • he accepted my offer appreciatively

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guffaw

  • noun a burst of deep loud hearty laughter
    belly laugh.
  • verb laugh boisterously
    laugh loudly.

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insanely

  • adverb in an insane manner
    crazily; madly; dementedly.
    • she behaved insanely
    • he behaves crazily when he is off his medication
    • the witch cackled madly
    • screaming dementedly
  • adverb (used as intensives) extremely
    deadly; deucedly; madly; devilishly.
    • she was madly in love
    • deadly dull
    • deadly earnest
    • deucedly clever
    • insanely jealous

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whispery

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idiotically

  • adverb in an idiotic manner
    • what arouses the indignation of the honest satirist is not the fact that people in positions of power or influence behave idiotically

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raspy

  • adjective satellite unpleasantly harsh or grating in sound
    gravelly; grating; rasping; rough; scratchy.
    • a gravelly voice

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sadistically

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chortle

  • noun a soft partly suppressed laugh
    chuckle.
  • verb laugh quietly or with restraint
    laugh softly; chuckle.

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boom

  • noun a deep prolonged loud noise
    roar; thunder; roaring.
  • noun a state of economic prosperity

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deprecating

  • adjective satellite tending to diminish or disparage
    deprecatory; belittling; depreciatory; deprecative; depreciative; slighting.
    • belittling comments
    • managed a deprecating smile at the compliment
    • deprecatory remarks about the book
    • a slighting remark
  • verb express strong disapproval of; deplore
    deprecate.

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unfeelingly

  • adverb without compassionate feelings
    • unfeelingly, she required her maid to work on Christmas Day
  • adverb in a callous way
    callously.
    • he callously exploited their feelings

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deprecatory

  • adjective satellite tending to diminish or disparage
    belittling; deprecating; depreciatory; deprecative; depreciative; slighting.
    • belittling comments
    • managed a deprecating smile at the compliment
    • deprecatory remarks about the book
    • a slighting remark

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indulgently

  • adverb in an indulgent manner
    • I was indulgently advised to give the kids what they wanted unless I wished my son to be socially ostracised

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gleeful

  • adjective satellite full of high-spirited delight
    elated; jubilant; joyful.
    • a joyful heart

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mockingly

  • adverb in a disrespectful jeering manner
    jeeringly; gibingly.
  • adverb in a disrespectful and mocking manner
    scoffingly; derisorily; derisively.
    • `Sorry,' she repeated derisively

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sneering

  • adjective satellite expressive of contempt
    snide; supercilious.
    • curled his lip in a supercilious smile
    • spoke in a sneering jeering manner
    • makes many a sharp comparison but never a mean or snide one
  • verb express through a scornful smile
    sneer.
    • she sneered her contempt

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intemperately

  • adverb indulging excessively
    hard; heavily.
    • he drank heavily

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unskillful

  • adjective satellite poorly done
    botchy; butcherly.
    • a botchy piece of work
    • it was an unskillful attempt

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merrily

  • adverb in a joyous manner
    blithely; happily; gayly; mirthfully; jubilantly.
    • they shouted happily

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scornful

  • adjective satellite expressing extreme contempt
    disdainful; insulting; contemptuous.

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inanely

  • adverb vacuously or complacently and unconsciously foolish
    fatuously.

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gibe

  • noun an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect
    shaft; shot; dig; barb; slam; jibe.
    • his parting shot was `drop dead'
    • she threw shafts of sarcasm
    • she takes a dig at me every chance she gets
  • verb be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
    fit; tally; correspond; agree; jibe; check; match.
    • The two stories don't agree in many details
    • The handwriting checks with the signature on the check
    • The suspect's fingerprints don't match those on the gun

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lighthearted

  • adjective satellite carefree and happy and lighthearted
    light-hearted; blithe; lightsome; blithesome.
    • was loved for her blithe spirit
    • a merry blithesome nature
    • her lighthearted nature
    • trilling songs with a lightsome heart

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lilting

  • adjective satellite characterized by a buoyant rhythm
    swingy; tripping; swinging.
    • an easy lilting stride
    • the flute broke into a light lilting air
    • a swinging pace
    • a graceful swingy walk
    • a tripping singing measure
  • verb articulate in a very careful and rhythmic way
    lilt.

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scornfully

  • adverb without respect; in a disdainful manner
    disdainfully; contemptuously; contumeliously.
    • she spoke of him contemptuously

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disbelieving

  • adjective satellite denying or questioning the tenets of especially a religion
    skeptical; unbelieving; sceptical.
    • a skeptical approach to the nature of miracles
  • verb reject as false; refuse to accept
    disbelieve; discredit.

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heartlessly

  • adverb in a heartless manner
    • she behaves rather heartlessly toward her admirers

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chesty

  • adjective satellite marked by a large or well-developed chest
    big-chested.
    • he was big-chested, big-shouldered and heavy-armed
  • adjective satellite having or showing feelings of unwarranted importance out of overbearing pride
    self-important; arrogant.
    • an arrogant official
    • arrogant claims
    • chesty as a peacock

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nervously

  • adverb in an anxiously nervous manner
    • we watched the stock market nervously
  • adverb with nervous excitement
    • our bodies jumped nervously away at the slightest touch

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raucous

  • adjective satellite unpleasantly loud and harsh
    strident.
  • adjective satellite disturbing the public peace; loud and rough
    rowdy.
    • a raucous party
    • rowdy teenagers

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thereat

At that place; there.
Wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat. Matt. vii. 13.

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sardonic

  • adjective satellite disdainfully or ironically humorous; scornful and mocking
    • his rebellion is the bitter, sardonic laughter of all great satirists"- Frank Schoenberner
    • a wry pleasure to be...reminded of all that one is missing"- Irwin Edman

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conspiratorial

  • adjective relating to or characteristic of conspiracy or conspirators
    conspirative.
    • a conspiratorial whisper
    • the discovery of possible conspirative codes

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uproarious

  • adjective satellite uncontrollably noisy
    rackety; rip-roaring.
  • adjective satellite marked by or causing boisterous merriment or convulsive laughter
    screaming; hilarious.
    • hilarious broad comedy
    • a screaming farce
    • uproarious stories

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aloud

  • adverb using the voice; not silently
    out loud.
    • please read the passage aloud
    • he laughed out loud
  • adverb with relatively high volume
    loudly; loud.
    • the band played loudly
    • she spoke loudly and angrily
    • he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him
    • cried aloud for help

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jeering

  • noun showing your contempt by derision
    jeer; scoffing; scoff; mockery.
  • verb laugh at with contempt and derision
    barrack; jeer; gibe; scoff; flout.
    • The crowd jeered at the speaker

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crazily

  • adverb in an insane manner
    insanely; madly; dementedly.
    • she behaved insanely
    • he behaves crazily when he is off his medication
    • the witch cackled madly
    • screaming dementedly

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tinkling

  • adjective satellite like the short high ringing sound of a small bell
    tinkly.
    • sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal
  • verb make or emit a high sound
    clink; tink; chink; tinkle.
    • tinkling bells

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shrilly

  • adverb in a shrill voice
    piercingly.
    • she sang rather shrilly

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snicker

  • noun a disrespectful laugh
    snigger; snort.
  • verb laugh quietly
    snigger.

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sardonically

  • adverb in a sarcastic manner
    sarcastically.
    • `Ah, now we're getting at the truth,' he interposed sarcastically

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chuckle

  • noun a soft partly suppressed laugh
    chortle.
  • verb laugh quietly or with restraint
    chortle; laugh softly.

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loudly

  • adverb with relatively high volume
    aloud; loud.
    • the band played loudly
    • she spoke loudly and angrily
    • he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him
    • cried aloud for help
  • adverb in manner that attracts attention
    clamorously; obstreperously.
    • obstreperously, he demanded to get service

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merry

  • adjective satellite full of or showing high-spirited merriment
    jocund; gay; mirthful; jolly; jovial.
    • when hearts were young and gay
    • a poet could not but be gay, in such a jocund company"- Wordsworth
    • the jolly crowd at the reunion
    • jolly old Saint Nick
    • a jovial old gentleman
    • have a merry Christmas
    • peals of merry laughter
    • a mirthful laugh
  • adjective satellite offering fun and gaiety
    festal; gay; festive.
    • a festive (or festal) occasion
    • gay and exciting night life
    • a merry evening

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reverberate

  • verb ring or echo with sound
    ring; echo; resound.
    • the hall resounded with laughter
  • verb have a long or continuing effect
    • The discussions with my teacher reverberated throughout my adult life

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witchy

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loud

  • adjective characterized by or producing sound of great volume or intensity
    • a group of loud children
    • loud thunder
    • her voice was too loud
    • loud trombones
  • adjective satellite tastelessly showy
    garish; gaudy; brassy; meretricious; tatty; tawdry; flash; cheap; flashy; tacky; gimcrack; trashy.
    • a flash car
    • a flashy ring
    • garish colors
    • a gaudy costume
    • loud sport shirts
    • a meretricious yet stylish book
    • tawdry ornaments

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