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  • GIGGLE-TROT (n.) a woman who marries much later in life, is said to take the giggle-trot

    Suggested use in a sentence:

    The grand-dame of giggle-trots, Gracie Giggleswick, was postively overjoyed with the prospect of going on a two-week honeymoon with little in the way of luggage.

    January 2, 2012