• Definition for "giggle"
    • To laugh with repeated short, spasmodic sounds.
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  • Sentence for "giggle"
    • MC: * giggle, giggle* Sooooo tall…
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  • Urban Dictionary for "giggle"
    • A group of white girls.Coined by…
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giggle definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To laugh with repeated short, spasmodic sounds.
    • To laugh with consistent brief, spasmodic sounds.
    • To laugh with repeated short, spasmodic noises.
    • To laugh with consistent quick, spasmodic sounds.
    • To laugh with repeated brief, spasmodic sounds.
    • To laugh with repeated brief, spasmodic sounds.
    • To laugh with repeated quick, spasmodic noises.
    • To laugh with repeated quick, spasmodic noises.
    • To laugh with consistent brief, spasmodic noises.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To laugh with quick captures of breathing or sound; to laugh in a light, impacted, or silly fashion; to titter with childish levity.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To laugh with short catches of the air or voice; to laugh in a light, affected, or ridiculous manner; to titter with childish levity.
    • To laugh with short catches of this breath or sound; to laugh in a light, impacted, or silly way; to titter with childish levity.
    • To laugh with short grabs associated with the breath or sound; to laugh in a light, impacted, or ridiculous manner; to titter with childish levity.
    • To laugh with brief grabs associated with the air or vocals; to laugh in a light, affected, or ridiculous way; to titter with childish levity.
    • To laugh with brief captures for the air or voice; to laugh in a light, affected, or silly way; to titter with childish levity.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To utter while giggling.
    • To laugh with short grabs of the breathing or voice; to laugh in a light, affected, or ridiculous fashion; to titter with childish levity.
    • To laugh with quick grabs associated with the air or voice; to laugh in a light, impacted, or silly way; to titter with childish levity.
    • To laugh with short captures regarding the air or vocals; to laugh in a light, affected, or silly fashion; to titter with childish levity.
  • noun:
    • A short, spasmodic laugh.
    • A high-pitched, ridiculous laugh.
    • Amusement.
    • a type of laugh, with brief catches associated with sound or breathing; a light, silly laugh.
    • a quick, spasmodic laugh.
    • a quick, spasmodic laugh.
    • a brief, spasmodic laugh.
    • a brief, spasmodic laugh.
    • a brief, spasmodic laugh.
    • a decreased, spasmodic, affected laugh, in some quick gasps or captures associated with breath.
    • A high-pitched, ridiculous laugh.
    • A high-pitched, silly laugh.
    • Amusement.
    • A high-pitched, absurd laugh.
    • a foolish or stressed laugh
    • Amusement.
    • Amusement.
    • A high-pitched, absurd laugh.
    • A high-pitched, silly laugh.
    • Amusement.
    • A kind of laugh, with brief grabs of this voice or breath; a light, silly laugh.
    • Amusement.
    • A kind of laugh, with brief catches associated with sound or air; a light, ridiculous laugh.
    • A kind of laugh, with short captures of sound or breathing; a light, ridiculous laugh.
    • a type of laugh, with brief grabs for the voice or breathing; a light, absurd laugh.
    • A low, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a few short gasps or catches regarding the air.
    • A low, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a series of brief gasps or catches associated with breath.
    • A kind of laugh, with brief grabs regarding the voice or breathing; a light, absurd laugh.
    • the lowest, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a few quick gasps or catches of the breathing.
    • the lowest, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a series of quick gasps or catches of the breathing.
    • a foolish or nervous laugh
    • A low, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a number of short gasps or captures regarding the breath.
    • a foolish or nervous laugh
    • a foolish or stressed laugh
    • a foolish or nervous laugh
    • a foolish or stressed laugh
    • a quick, spasmodic laugh.
    • A short, spasmodic laugh.
    • A high-pitched, ridiculous laugh.
    • a quick, spasmodic laugh.
    • Amusement.
    • A high-pitched, absurd laugh.
    • A high-pitched, silly laugh.
    • Amusement.
    • Amusement.
    • some sort of laugh, with quick captures regarding the voice or air; a light, silly laugh.
    • a type of laugh, with brief captures of this sound or breath; a light, silly laugh.
    • the lowest, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a few brief gasps or catches of this air.
    • A low, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a few short gasps or grabs of breath.
    • a foolish or nervous laugh
    • a foolish or stressed laugh
    • A kind of laugh, with brief captures associated with sound or breathing; a light, ridiculous laugh.
    • the lowest, spasmodic, affected laugh, in a number of quick gasps or grabs of this breathing.
    • a foolish or stressed laugh
  • verb:
    • To laugh gently or perhaps in a high-pitched vocals; to laugh in a silly or giddy means.
    • To laugh gently or perhaps in a high-pitched vocals; to laugh in a silly or giddy method.
    • To laugh carefully or in a high-pitched vocals; to laugh in a silly or giddy way.
    • To laugh carefully or in a high-pitched sound; to laugh in a silly or giddy way.
    • To laugh carefully or in a high-pitched voice; to laugh in a silly or giddy means.
    • laugh nervously
    • To laugh gently or perhaps in a high-pitched vocals; to laugh in a silly or giddy way.
    • laugh nervously
    • laugh nervously
    • laugh nervously
    • laugh nervously
    • laugh nervously
    • To laugh carefully or in a high-pitched sound; to laugh in a silly or giddy means.
    • To laugh carefully or perhaps in a high-pitched vocals; to laugh in a silly or giddy method.
    • To laugh gently or perhaps in a high-pitched sound; to laugh in a silly or giddy way.
    • laugh nervously
    • laugh nervously
    • laugh nervously
  • others:
    • To laugh with brief grabs associated with the air or sound; laugh in a silly or affected way; titter.
    • To laugh with brief grabs of the air or sound; laugh in a silly or affected fashion; titter.
    • To laugh with short grabs regarding the breath or sound; laugh in a silly or affected fashion; titter.
    • To laugh with quick grabs of breath or voice; laugh in a silly or affected fashion; titter.
    • To laugh with brief catches of air or vocals; laugh in a silly or affected way; titter.
    • To laugh with brief grabs regarding the breathing or vocals; laugh in a silly or affected fashion; titter.
    • To laugh with quick grabs of air or vocals; laugh in a silly or affected way; titter.
    • To laugh with short catches associated with the breathing or sound; laugh in a silly or affected way; titter.
    • To laugh with quick captures of the air or voice; laugh in a silly or affected fashion; titter.
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