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yes the word giggle is a onomatopoeia
The past tense of giggle is giggled.
That is the correct spelling of the word "giggle" (a subdued laugh).
Giggle 8 is a clothing store for toddlers.
Apparently not. But some people claim they have heard a gaggle giggle.
Sentence- I wanted to GIGGLE but I knew that it would be impolite.
"Giggle" is usually used to mean a small high-pitched laugh. "Titter" is very similar to this meaning. Other words that could be used similarly to giggle are "chortle", "chuckle", and "snicker".
Yes. A snicker or a giggle are both referring to a form of laughter.
No. Giggle can be a noun or a verb. The present participle of the verb (giggling) can be used as an adjective.
Marco polo was not a man she was a woman giggle giggle
It can be, for a low or mischevous laugh. But it is more often used as the verb to giggle, to make such a sound.
You take a huge hammer and bang it until it is sand :) Giggle Giggle
Giggle and Hoot ABC TV GPO BOX 9994 Sydney NSW 2001
some funny foods would be: Hamburgers (make me giggle) Hot Dogs (also make me giggle)
It can mean a small laugh