Cackle in a sentence as a noun

If you have a bug in your code, I'll give you hints, not do my evil cackle and fail you.

He's a mad scientist, but he doesn't cackle or plot or soliloquize.

The best two, to me, are a cackle of hyenas, and a conspiracy of lemurs.

The anticipation while waiting for the sound of the explosion to arrive got a cackle out of me.

I can't your extent of sarcasm from the comment, but the final sentence made me cackle: "If I was a bug I wouldn't want to live in there"!

Cackle in a sentence as a verb

Every time I see this, I can't decide whether to cackle in sadistic delight, or grimace in empathetic disgust.

It need not be considered childish for doing so. I can enjoy a rational foreign policy debate and also cackle maniacally while running down grannies in GTA.

I don't mean cartoonishly evil, like a villain killing someone to clue in anyone still wondering which character to root for after seeing the black cape and hearing the cackle.

Why should someone wanting to keep control of the company they've built while they're alive make them evil?You seem to hold the rather common misconception that billionaires are just people with checking accounts that contain huge numbers, and they could give away their money at any time very easily but instead cackle about how rich they are.

Cackle definitions


the sound made by a hen after laying an egg


noisy talk

See also: yack yakety-yak chatter


a loud laugh suggestive of a hen's cackle


talk or utter in a cackling manner; "The women cackled when they saw the movie star step out of the limousine"


squawk shrilly and loudly, characteristic of hens


emit a loud, unpleasant kind of laughing