giggle

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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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On Monday, Giggling Squid will offer diners spirits at 'half a crown' or 13p, a glass of wine at three shillings or 15p and bottles of lager at 10p.
and the normally formidably serious Alex Polizzi has to admit she can't stop giggling like a schoolgirl.
The brave seven-year-old has just had a brain tumour removed - and now she can't stop giggling.
When she first came round after the operation she was giggling," the Sun quoted Vana, Enna's mother as saying.
Instead of being a giggling girl in a bikini - and there's nothing wrong with giggling girls in bikinis, sometimes it is quite nice - there are women who challenge him" - Daniel Craig, 007 star, on the new breed of Bond girls.
AMAN is being hunted by police after allegedly grabbing a 13-year-old girl who he pinned up against a window and threatened because she was giggling on a bus.
The Merry Face of Spring': Spring can't stop giggling.
The article refers to children giggling as they feed their food scraps to pigs.
We're not very handsome live, our faces contort when we are screaming, cooing or giggling.
A Scottish barrister who allegedly created a scene by drunkenly giggling in a Hong Kong court is to face a tribunal that could disbar him.
What could be more fun than kids wiggling, jiggling, giggling and showing their "smooth moves" in celebration of Bill Cosby's 30th Anniversary as brand spokesperson?
Sometimes all the nurses would start giggling when we saw them coming down the hallway because Margaret was running Al ragged, making sure she kept him busy and active doing things with her.
SUE BARKER, last seen on A Question Of Sport collecting a greetings card from David Ginola and giggling like a schoolgirl, is in her element here, writes Steve Davies.
Giggle, Giggle, Quack by Doreen Cronin; illustrated by Betsy Lewin: Giggling is what parents and children will do when they read this fun tale about what happens when Farmer Brown goes on vacation and leaves his brother Bob in charge.
She's pouring this glue and stuff all over you, and you're sitting and giggling, and then she lays something on you.