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cachinnationPart of speech: Noun Usage examples "cachinnation":
- Nor does it resemble the savage cachinnation of the Comanche Indians. - "The Lone Ranche", Captain Mayne Reid.
- Or, again, we may remember the harsh contortions of dry cachinnation indulged in by the rebel spirits, when they have succeeded in toppling over with their artillery the armed hosts of Seraphim. - "At Large", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- As if giving the lie to his growling complaints and pessimism, he laughed with a bellowing cachinnation that prompted the burros, now rested, to look at him with long gray ears thrust forward curiously, and wonder at his noise. - "The Plunderer", Roy Norton.