ADJ. little | high-pitched | nervous | girlish
VERB + GIGGLE give, have, let out | collapse into, dissolve into, get ~s We all collapsed into giggles. Susan tends to get the giggles at the most inappropriate moments. | stifle, suppress I just managed to stifle a giggle at the absurd idea. | hear
PREP. with a ~ ‘Age before beauty!’ she said with a giggle. | ~ about/at We had quite a giggle about the new office romance.
PHRASES a fit of (the) giggles
ADV. helplessly, hysterically, nervously The children giggled hysterically.
PREP. about They giggled about their teacher's accident. | at We giggled at the picture. | over giggling over old photographs | with The children giggled with delight.
PHRASES a fit of giggling