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giggling

n. going to clubs and bars. We spent the whole night giggling, but never got really, totally drunk.
See also: giggle
References in classic literature ?
But remember,' he added, tapping me lightly on the chest and giggling, 'if you speak to a human soul about this--one human soul, mind--well, may God have mercy upon your soul
Indeed, it was almost mesmeric, the effect which this giggling ruffian had produced upon the unfortunate linguist, for he could not speak of him save with trembling hands and a blanched cheek.
There was a good deal of giggling as the girls came out from the little dressing room and joined their waiting escorts, who stood in a line against the wall, mostly struggling with refractory gloves.
A promenading couple put their heads behind the screen, and withdrew with the sound of feminine giggling.
Had she been reserved and haughty with him, or been merely a giggling, simpering creature of a woman, it would have been different.
Polly was spared the mortification of owning that she had never read any, by the appearance of Mousieur, a gray-headed old Frenchman, who went through his task with the resigned air of one who was used to being the victim of giggling school-girls.
I can't tell you how ashamed I felt, Marilla, especially when I heard Josie Pye giggling.
Spare us your elegiac tones," said the Parrot giggling.
Helen, stop giggling and pirouetting, and go and finish your packing.
Bowls, late Firkin, came and listened grimly in the passage to the hysterical sniffling and giggling which went on in the front parlour.
He led the retreat, holding Saxon's arm, and Bert, giggling and jubilant, brought up the rear with an indignant Mary who protested vainly in his unheeding ears.
One of the village women, whose white wild face I remembered the picture of terror when we pulled down the beam, was giggling with another woman, the picture of inanity, over an old washing-tub.
Five minutes after this, the girls were brought down from the bedroom with a great deal of giggling and modesty; and while the young people were making themselves perfectly happy, old Lobbs got down the pipe, and smoked it; and it was a remarkable circumstance about that particular pipe of tobacco, that it was the most soothing and delightful one he ever smoked.
Spies spotted the pals holding hands, giggling and downing shots together, before heading off for a boogie at Mahiki.
THE Giggling Squid Thai restaurant in Stratford is to charge the same prices as those found on a 1966 drinks menu by builders during renovations.