- v. Simple past tense and past participle of giggle.
“The man made air quotes around the word and giggled.”
“She kind of giggled and looked at me like I was crazy, but Sarah, the thing is, it is true.”
“Then he kind of giggled at the crowd and says: "I certainly got the laugh on this outfit, starting a business where this here old Methusalem hisself could hardly get it going good before death cut him off!”
“I just kind of giggled and said to put the events in whatever order was necessary.”
“Yeah, I kind of giggled when I saw the vamp army just kind of standing around looking dazed, but it wasn’t all that bad.”
“I was walking by the other day and a reporter asked him, 'Do you want to manage in the big leagues?' and he kind of giggled and said, 'Yeah, that's why I'm doing this.”
“Then she giggled, high-pitched bubbles that dissipated into the surrounding field.”
“I giggled at the way he was frowning and taking his time to get over to the dresser.”
“The norn twisted and roared, gulped and giggled, bedeviled by the omnipresent sylvari and her ticklish blade.”
“Cara giggled involuntarily, then clapped a hand over her mouth, horrified at herself.”
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