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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of giggle.


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  • 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.

    How Doug and I Almost Broke Up Over Fantasy Football

  • 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!"

    Ma Pettengill

  • 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.

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  • "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.'

    Chicago Cubs News

  • Then she giggled, high-pitched bubbles that dissipated into the surrounding field.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • I giggled at the way he was frowning and taking his time to get over to the dresser.

    Recipe for Love

  • The norn twisted and roared, gulped and giggled, bedeviled by the omnipresent sylvari and her ticklish blade.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Cara giggled involuntarily, then clapped a hand over her mouth, horrified at herself.



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