Glaring: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases
Use in Literature GigglingShe giggled at the end of every sentence; and she was endowed with a slight squint, which somehow seemed to point all her feeble sallies.ndash;Grant Allen in An African Millionaire.When he came back after three days, a banana tempted him. He was a prisoner before he realised. We giggled.ndash;E.J. Banfield in My Tropic Isle.The Archdeacon was giggling half the afternoon; he felt quite youthful, he said.ndash;Arthur Christopher Benson in Watersprings.Once I dropped into a hole and lay for some time at the bottom giggling.ndash;John Buchan in Greenmantle.Colin giggled himself.ndash;Frances Hodgson Burnett in The Secret Garden.Naturally, Jessie giggled again.ndash;Frances Hodgson Burnett in A Little Princess.She stopped with a sudden sheepish chuckle and dropped her forehead on her knees, giggling.ndash;Frances Hodgson Burnett in The Dawn of A To-morrow.He would sit staring at her while she giggled and flirted with the other men.ndash;Willa Cather in The Troll Garden, et al.Lena giggled with delight at his discomfiture, and the wrath in Canute's face grew blacker than ever.ndash;Willa Cather in The Troll Garden, et al.She took the wet sheet she was wringing out and cracked him across the face with it, and ran giggling to the other side of the room.ndash;Willa Cather in The Troll Garden, et al.
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