One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having a tendency to laugh in an excited, nervous, or silly way.‘from giggly schoolgirl to tough career woman’
- ‘His eyes alighted on a gaggle of girls who looked distinctly giggly.’
- ‘We're getting gigglier and gigglier and not really caring what's on TV.’
- ‘It's somewhere between very burly and very giggly.’
- ‘She's warm and giggly and feels misunderstood by her countrymen.’
- ‘His full giggly countenance was replaced by a grumpy broody look.’
- ‘Being in this close proximity with a good-looking guy on a motorcycle is getting me giggly.’
- ‘Now this just shows how silly and young and giggly we were.’
- ‘One of the slight gender-based differences is that the giggliest character has a female voice.’
- ‘Please, email us your own suggestions for getting all giggly at your desk.’
- ‘Unfortunately, I left at the same moment that a giggly group of sophomores decided to show up.’
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