Giggle at something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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giggle at (someone or something)
To utter a short laugh elicited by someone or something. I giggled at the baby's attempts to grab her feet. We giggled at the professor when his voice cracked, then quickly hid our faces when other people turned around to look at us.
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giggle at someone or something
to snicker or chuckle at someone or something. Are you giggling at me? Fran giggled at the antics of the clown.
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n. going to clubs and bars. We spent the whole night giggling, but never got really, totally drunk.
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References in periodicals archive
As one friend posted, 'She was a gentle soul, kind and caring and loved a giggle at something
Katie settled the bill before having a giggle at something
on Kris's phone.
The bus is full of people going about their day as they always do - two teenage boys giggle at something
on a mobile phone, an elderly woman dozes off in her seat, her head on the glass, and a young mother fusses over the baby that is all wrapped up in one of those trendy prams.
I think, sometimes, if the story is rather sombre, it's kind of a relief to have a bit of a giggle at something
else," Blethyn reveals.
So you'll see there's a balance where kids are laughing at something and then the parents giggle at something
that goes over the kids' heads.
Some of it is so silly and over-the-top it's hard not to laugh and reminds me of my childhood when I'd giggle at something
just because it wasn't allowed, not because it was funny.