to utter a shrill, broken sound or cry, as of a hen.
to laugh in a shrill, broken manner.
to chatter noisily; prattle.
to utter with cackles; express by cackling:
They cackled their disapproval.
the act or sound of cackling.
chatter; idle talk.
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(intransitive) (esp of a hen) to squawk with shrill notes
(intransitive) to laugh or chatter raucously
(transitive) to utter in a cackling manner
the noise or act of cackling
(informal) cut the cackle, to stop chattering; be quiet
adjective (informal) cackier, cackiest of or like excrement dirty, worthless, or contemptible
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