verb intr.:
1. To make the sharp broken noise such as a hen does after laying an egg.
2. To laugh in a shrill manner.
3. To chatter.
1. The sharp broken noise of a hen after laying an egg.
2. Shrill laughter.
3. Chatter.

ETYMOLOGY From Middle English cakelen (to cackle), of imitative origin. Earliest documented use: 1225.

CPACKLE - your accountant just won an argument with the IRS

BACKLE - what you see on the ribbon of your Pilgrim hat after you turn it around

PACKLE - past tense of PICKLE