One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Act I Scene I presents a self-obsessed show-off all in white, with elaborate jewelry and ornate crown, titteringly making light of the conflict between Bolingbroke and Mowbray.’
- ‘This would then explain why us bulls find it titteringly funny that you are still waffling on and on and on.’
- ‘With that she rumbled out of the toilets, but returned thirty seconds later with a friend to peer in at the door and giggle titteringly.’
- ‘What's more, his camera crew seemed to find the whole shameful business titteringly funny.’
- ‘To watch these titteringly vapid farces on cable TV is to marvel at the fact that they were once hugely popular.’
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