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giggled

noun as in snickering laugh

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“Easiest prank call ever made,” the pair giggled on its show.

I giggled again as the head tore easily from the shoulders, bounced hard against the opposite house, and came to rest at my feet.

So she laughed and chirped and pointed and giggled and then sobbed, the fear rising in her throat as they got closer to the house.

The door was pushed open; a crowd of girls giggled in; Tessa bowed to Mary Sherwood and moved 63 aside.

The girl giggled, Jim flushed, and fished out two one-dollar bills, which he passed over to Scattergood.

"Better stop making a fuss, first off," growled another masculine voice, and again Betty giggled nervously.

Dora giggled the minutes away, and at five minutes to twelve they were on a seat, screened against humanity's intrusion.

The girl upon whom the eyes were fixed, blushed and giggled and tossed her head with a sudden show of pride.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to giggled, such as: snicker, guffaw, cackle, chuckle, chortle, and snigger.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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