Verb (used with object) : They cackled their disapproval. From Dictionary.com.
The great cackler is still talking about it herself in the pretense of admonishing McCain. From Wordnik.com. [Clinton: McCain could do more to stop Wright ads] Reference
While it's not as funny as the Onion, it's a cackler. From Wordnik.com. [Allan Jenkins' Desirable Roasted Coffee] Reference
Brother Dave cackler max in dystopia dead march 7 bag lady worm noggin. From Wordnik.com. [Always Chew your Food, Son.] Reference
Steps the prettiest little dance hall cackler in the West, Bluestie Nuster. From Wordnik.com. [Rojo] Reference
Upon the whole, however, we have a high respect for "the foolish bird," and when it is remembered that the geese saved Rome, we do not think we are wrong in suggesting the possibility of England being yet saved by Lord Coventry, or any other cackler in either house of. From Wordnik.com. [Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 2, 1841] Reference
YahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: We don\'t want a cackler for president. From Wordnik.com. [Can Hillary Can Her Cacophonous Cackle?] Reference
To pick out the greatest gossip, the sharpest tongue, the most inveterate cackler of the neighborhood!. From Wordnik.com. [Parisians in the Country] Reference
And if the Queens cackler gets her way, her next job could also come with a six-year term: Senator from New York. From Wordnik.com. [U.S. News] Reference
"And to think how damned sick we were of the old cackler when he made such a song about his treasure and dinned it into our ears!". From Wordnik.com. [Under Fire: the story of a squad] Reference
I never wath much of a cackler, Thquire, and I have thed my thay. ". From Wordnik.com. [Ten Girls from Dickens] Reference
MR. Catlin’s easel and paints were set up on the bridge, but of that silly cackler there was no sign—Tasmin was alone with sturdy Captain Aitken, who was studying the river with a practiced eye. From Wordnik.com. [The Berrybender Narratives] Reference
Let me add here, I am a cackler. From Wordnik.com. [The Rooster says what? - SpouseBUZZ] Reference
Nor do we want a cackler for president. From Wordnik.com. [Can Hillary Can Her Cacophonous Cackle?] Reference
Rob Sacchetto's zombiedaily: cackler skip to main. From Wordnik.com. [cackler] Reference
Prig of cackler, prig of prancer. From Wordnik.com. [Rookwood] Reference
"I am no cackler from the roofs!". From Wordnik.com. [Guns of the Gods]
I pluck the cackler from the perch. From Wordnik.com. [The Parish Clerk] Reference
Our cackler, pleased, at quickest rate. From Wordnik.com. [A Hundred Fables of La Fontaine] Reference
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