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


It was very gravely said, but she took it for banter, and giggled excessively.

Marilou giggled and popped the remaining portion of the apple in her mouth.

Lola looked surprised, and Leela giggled: how very ignorant we seemed to be!

Nellie Dean would have giggled and blushed, but she did not.

"Aw, you'll never be raising your hand to the man of God, woman," giggled Black Tom.

“I ought to pay more board,” Trudy giggled at her own audacity.

Lydia, to her own surprise at this tragic moment, giggled a little here.

She stopped and laughed again––giggled shamelessly as she remembered.

The maids laughed and giggled, and said they had never seen such a fright.

He giggled at that, because his father really didn't have any hairlock to take.