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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

References in classic literature ?
Fancy Charlie Sloane in a `caliker' apron and a `sunbunnit,' " giggled Priscilla.
Some one of them giggled, but the remainder regarded her in morose and intense silence.
He giggled flabbily, and sat down in a steamer chair.
Not one of them had been reproved; they had chattered and giggled and drawn caricatures on the margin of the paper, as freely as if the master had left the room.
If Polly had cried a little just here, he would have yielded; unfortunately she giggled, for Tom's fierce attitude was such a funny contrast to his dress that she could n't help it.
Even the lads and lassies giggled and snickered over their part in the affair, narrating with gusto how Larry had jumped on my chest and slept under the bridge, how So-and-So had slept out in the sandhills that night, and what had happened to the other lad who fell in the ditch.
At first the other scholars looked and whispered and giggled and nudged.
At the height of the wrangle, he giggled, once, aloud, and earned a sullen frown from Judge Witberg.
The Yorkshireman assented--apparently quite overwhelmed by the new usher's impudence--and Miss Squeers darted a spiteful look at her friend, and giggled convulsively.
They giggled, cackled, tattled, condoled, consoled, and patronized her until they drove her almost wild with rage.
He stopped and giggled with genuine boyish glee at some recollection.
The recollection of Bill's performance stimulated Miss Leonard into a temporary wakefulness, and she giggled.