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Synonyms for giggle

Synonyms for giggle

to laugh in a stifled way

a stifled laugh

Synonyms for giggle

a foolish or nervous laugh

Related Words

laugh nervously

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When Mother sat on Daddy's hat She giggled till she cried.
Kung Fu Panda is a great film for kids - mine giggled virtually from start to finish as poor fat panda Po learns to be a martial arts expert.
Best actress winner Jennifer Tilly wore a low-cut dress and giggled boisterously when she picked up her award for ``Relative Evil,'' adding, ``I hope this award will lead to many more straight-to-DVD movies for me
Roderick Murray put on sunglasses, giggled, clapped and drummed his fingers on his desk during an August 9 hearing, forcing a judge to halt a sentencing.
New findings from MALTESERS[umlaut] reveal our giggle ability declines rapidly with age: children giggle on average 400 times a day but close to a third (28 per cent) of UK adults haven't giggled in more than a week.