from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of giggle.
- n. The act of producing giggles; high-pitched laughter
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Silly or affected laughter; tittering.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I stepped forward to the sound of muffled giggling from the crowd.
Monty Python songs - giggling is usually not the right things to be doing during that moment.
A lot off giggling is going on when the men give them the smile.
Rachel Ray's giggling is getting worse - the first sign of meltdown.
See, the reason I knew Gini would be giggling is because I bought a sampler pack of used BPAL imps from das_hydra as a little graduation present, and when she guessed properly I had to lie my ass off to cover my tracks.
But Nora looked very cross; and as Jane persisted in giggling, the success of that picture was not quite excellent this time.
I do not, sadly, recall giggling at Huge at all, despite the fact it comes advertised as a comedy.
But we of course must not be understood to speak of what is technically called giggling, which proceeds more from a looseness of the structures than from any sensation of amusement.
Because of Dan Savage I simply cannot see his name without giggling.
Kids were just kids and not pre-teens, teens or tweens (a term a giggling twelve-year-old defines as an age 'when you are too old for toys, but still too young for boys').
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