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


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  • A couple of the women tittered as they gamely joined in.

    The Longest War

  • Mrs. Schoville tittered and thought it all so unique, and she thought it so unique several times more when the lieutenant of Mounted Police and a couple of compatriots roared Rule


  • The dancers tittered on the tiptoes of expectancy.

    The Wife of a King

  • "It is said they are good to their women, who do little work," tittered


  • Captain Jamie and Doctor Jackson tittered, and the Warden, with a snort, led the way out of my cell.

    Chapter 12

  • The laugh tittered and rippled through. clubs and social circles, was restrainedly merry in the editorial columns, and broke out in loud guffaws in the comic weeklies ..


  • When Sister Judith tittered, Sister Maggie rolled her eyes.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • In fact, his climactic act of putting Taylor in her place there's no other way to think of it seemed so out of character for this intelligent man and so poorly set up that the audience tittered with laughter, unsure of what they were supposed to think.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: "Stick Fly" Doesn't Stick

  • When Schwartz enumerated the changes the Redskins made in the offseason, the local media tittered in disbelief.

    To show improvement is genuine, Redskins must take Lions seriously

  • She poked the ice pick and tittered for half a second but then looked back at him and started tearing up again.



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