Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Foolish.

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Examples

  • Not only could I take it, but I guess I caused the troop to be a lot more giddish and immature.

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  • Mrs. CookieMom didn't like the fact that the girls were giddish and immature (again .. "my fault").

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  • (It was a long time ago ... so I'm not really clear on quotes) She said that she was sick of the troop when we're giddish and immature, and she hates it when people interrupt her, and the meetings never run smoothly because she never gets the chance to talk.

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  • giddish: To be in a state of uncontrollable giggling, foolishly happy.

    October 29, 2012