He breathed threatenings and slaughter against the whole of the Xosa race, chuckling gleefully over the old scores he was going to pay off upon it in the persons of its fighting men.
Raising his great hands until they touched his chin, he rubbed them softly, and softly chuckled; looking as like a malevolent baboon, I thought, as anything human could look.
And they chuckled inwardly at the idea of the workmen’s discomfiture and defeat, in their attempt to alter one iota of what Thornton had decreed.
If you'll just tell me the most direct way, ..." "Wall, I reckon the most deerect way air ter go straight through the woods thar a piece, an' then jump off'n a four hundred foot cliff," the old man chuckled titanically. "
Clearly, few people in the room had considered this possibility, except perhaps for two late-arrivals from US WEST RBOC security, who chuckled nervously.
Chuckling good-naturedly, Emil said, “Wait just a bit, you old faker.
Master, emanating the very essence of youth, chuckled merrily.
He manifestly chuckled over it for some time.
“This place gives me the creeps,” Helga said somewhat irritably to Christer, who was chuckling loudly next to her. “
He jumped into the boat, chuckling so horribly that I could not help trembling.
So we went on, John chuckling all the way home; then he told James about it, who laughed and said, “Serve him right.
His comical haste attracted the notice of the travelers who chuckled heartily as they peered through the passenger compartment windows.
Now you go into the parlor, and I'll send 'em down to you," with which somewhat involved reply Hannah vanished, chuckling ecstatically.
He chuckled darkly.
“Well,” said he, chuckling brutally; “at any rate, they’ve got themselves into a trap now—the baggage!
I fancied, indeed, that he sometimes chuckled audibly over this reflection, but the carrier said he was only troubled with a cough.