Noun(1) a foolish or nervous laugh
Verb(1) laugh nervously
(1) She didn't know what was stopping her from shedding that one tear or giving a small giggle or laugh.(2) There wasn't a laugh, a giggle , or even a small mumble, just gawking with her mouth wide open.(3) I miss the innocent giggle and the unfettered laughter that used to be more forthcoming.(4) At this seemingly baseless threat, Henry laughed an insane giggle which rang all throughout the courtyard.(5) There is an occasional titter and an embarrassed giggle but it is all taken in good humour.(6) It started with a smirk, then a giggle , then a full out laugh.(7) It had been a long time since she last let out a giggle let alone a laugh.(8) it should be a right giggle(9) Maybe the sequel would bring a giggle and a laugh.(10) Tristan looks at me with a smile and the laugh becomes a giggle , and soon we are just cracking up in the front seat.(11) After a few minutes her laughter abated to sporadic giggles .(12) There were giggles and guffaws when he was around.(13) I felt a little uncomfortable suddenly being paired with Rob, the seemingly eternal giggler .(14) I walked over to the two young girls who were giggling about how some cute guys had talked to them.(15) A group of three small children sat next to me agape and giggled in awe.(16) Why do some girls insist on speaking in high pitched voices and giggling at work all day long?
(1) to giggle :: giggel
1. titter ::
2. snigger ::
3. snicker ::
4. tee-hee ::
5. chuckle ::
6. chortle ::
7. laugh ::
8. titter ::
Different Formsgiggle, giggled, giggles, giggling
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