The giggle fit continues, finally abated with a gratified sigh.
But Camille had to play her part—so she got mad at Sebastian on camera, trying not to giggle through the scene.
"You should have nuked him," Leno said, prompting Bush to giggle.
During her convention address, she had a tendency to giggle and look overwhelmed by the outpouring of affection from the crowd.
Not only that, there were no less than nine giggle fits during the seven-minute conversation.
What was there about him to make fellows stare or giggle or smile?
At last the clerk Vasia became so tipsy that he began to giggle and talk to his plate.
"Dear me, I never thought of such a thing; but a guilty conscience, they say——" said Kitty, with a giggle.
We shall not answer at random, or giggle, or say the wrong thing.
They might gabble in a corner to each other and simper and giggle and pretend, but they were ballet-hoppers.
c.1500, probably imitative. Related: Giggled; giggling; giggly. As a noun from 1570s.