from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Tending to cause giggles.
- adj. Tending to have the giggles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inclined to giggle.
Evan Davis, whose stint on the Today programme has turned him into one of Radio 4's most likable presenters, (less gigglesome, more serious, but still warm) began his three-part series, Evan Loves Tax with an analysis as to why modern politicians just can't talk the truth about tax.
Keyan's story is called "Anyways I borrowed your body", and lives up to the gigglesome title.
She was glad when it was over and wanted to hurry away; but it was the way it had used to be back home after church, little knots of people talking, lingering, blocking her way; the girls gigglesome and gay in their white dresses, the boys stiff, with toothy grins in good new suits they would outgrow before high-school time in the fall.
A few years ago I admit I did think she was rather too vain and gigglesome; but now she is nothing of the sort.
Compounding matters is the gigglesome fact that Nigel was already facing potential doghouse time for a marijuana possession arrest last week.
The Fiver could tell a gigglesome joke about how Schumacher was replaced by a man called Ralf Minge, but our editor is on the phone and wants to talk about the future.
Why should I have to conjure up an entirely new ladyperson and compose an entirely new adventure around her and her gigglesome exploits just because men don't buy books?
· The Middle Ones - gigglesome and utterly charming anti folk from heirs to Marine Girls crown
Mrs. Anderson’s eyes were even brighter now and gigglesome she was, as she kept fumbling in her purse.
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