verb (used without object)
Origin of titter
Examples from the Web for titter
Like a Kinsey Report for the big-data era, there's a gold mine of findings here to titter about.Heartache by the Numbers and OkCupid’s Founder Has Got Yours|Will Doig|October 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Admittedly, Weinergate came with a set of fun photos to titter over.
She could read and declaim, but spelling was quite beyond her, and her attempts at it made a titter through the room.A Little Girl in Old New York|Amanda Millie Douglas
Here a titter passed over the native audience at what they considered her presumption.The Huntress|Hulbert Footner
From beyond the curtain came a titter of children and women that grew into a roar and drowned out the voices of Dick and Daisy.Michael, Brother of Jerry|Jack London
Always, he dreamed of the day when he could own dogs, horses, or any living thing that didn't smirk or titter.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
It is recorded that not even a titter was heard from the Sunday-school, which was out in force.Children of the Tenements|Jacob A. Riis
British Dictionary definitions for titter
Word Origin for titter
Word Origin and History for titter
1610s, "giggle in a suppressed or covert way," probably of imitative origin. Related: Tittered; tittering. The noun is first recorded 1728.