“I think my fans just have high hopes for me,” Kwan says, giggling a little more.
Yes, on top of everything else, Beyoncé is even the best at giggling.
Gisele rushed back and forth, smiling and giggling throughout.
Mandela said, giggling, his face awash in that unstoppable smile.
Vacillating between silly and serious, the talk with Ansari is interrupted several times with giggling—most of it his own.
There was giggling and a scrambling after a copper that had dropped and rolled.
Besides the youngsters were giggling and laughing and joking most of the night.
The vision chuckled and beat a swift, giggling retreat to a dark spot among the pines, where other giggles awaited her.
Fancy me reading, with about 140 boys and young men all giggling at the Professor!
What sunny faces will break though the fogs of November—what giggling will drown the cutting blasts of January!
c.1500, probably imitative. Related: Giggled; giggling; giggly. As a noun from 1570s.