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1.
Alternative in on-line comments lor LOL (laugh out loud) but indicating a more subdued response. CH may stand for chuckle. In the context of youtube.com/communitychannel, means chortle out loud following the frequent use by communitychannel (Natalie Tran) of the word chortle.
Natalie shows typically high self-esteem in her latest vid. CHOL
by memorablewittyname August 27, 2009
 
2.
Pronouced (Caw-L): Meaning "alcohol". Used usually when bringing alcohol to parties without being asked or told to.
John- "Yo! Jack's having a party but no beer he said."
Kevin- "Don't worry, I'll bring sum chol"
John- "Nice Man."
by eddiebellz May 11, 2008
 
3.
*Pronouced (caw-EL) A nickname or a short-name for alcohol. Used usually when bringing the alcohol to party unexpectadly.
Jeffy: Yo ! Party at my house!
Harry: Haha, any beer?
Jeffy: No.
Harry: Don't worry ill bring the chol
by eddiebellz May 11, 2008
 
4.
Pronouced (Caw-L): Meaning "alcohol". Used usually when bringing alcohol to parties without being asked or told to.
John- "Yo! Jack's having a party but no beer he said."
Kevin- "Don't worry, I'll bring sum chol"
John- "Nice Man."
by eddiebellz May 13, 2008
 
5.
In this day of texting and chatting, certain words, phrases and acronyms have been overused. To Chortle means to laugh or chuckle especially in satisfaction or exultation. So instead of laughing out loud (LOL), one can better express themselves by saying I chortled out loud or ChOL.
Dally: Last night I was hitting on this chick at the nickel arcade and her dad walked in and threatened to shank me.
Bart: The nickel arcade? Only high schoolers go there.
Dally: Yeah she was probably 16, but dang...she looked at least 18.
Bart: Dude, you're 31. Not cool. ChOL
by sleazydeezy69 March 24, 2013
 
6.
To chuckle-out-loud. When something is not funny enough to use LOL, but still funny enough to make you chuckle behind a screen. Its between typing "hahaha" to make someone think they're funny and "LOL" when something is hilarious.
I was chatting online with a friend from a cafe when she said something funny and I CHOLed. Then the lady next to me said "Bless you" thinking I sneezed, but I really only chuckled at my friend's joke.
by kangyoudigit July 28, 2011
 
7.
Deriving from the term 'lol' (laugh out loud), 'chol' instead uses a 'ch' at the beginning, short for chunder. This term therefore translates as 'chunder out loud', the opposite of 'lol'.
Mary: I saw a dead rabbit yesterday, it was disgusting.
Jane: chol
by f&m June 26, 2011