giggle

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for kicks and for laughs; for giggles

Fig. for fun; just for entertainment; for no good reason. They didn't mean any harm. They just did it for kicks. We drove over to the next town for laughs.
See also: and, giggle, kick

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.
See also: giggle

giggle goo

(ˈgɪglæ gu)
n. liquor. Can I pour you a little of that giggle goo?
See also: giggle, goo

giggling

n. going to clubs and bars. We spent the whole night giggling, but never got really, totally drunk.
See also: giggle
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WELFORD FAMILY VERDICT: *** A great film for kids, mine giggled virtually from start to finish as poor fat panda Po learns to be a martial arts expert
Roderick Murray put on sunglasses, giggled, clapped and drummed his fingers on his desk during an August 9 hearing, forcing a judge to halt a sentencing.
New findings from MALTESERS[umlaut] reveal our giggle ability declines rapidly with age: children giggle on average 400 times a day but close to a third (28 per cent) of UK adults haven't giggled in more than a week.
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Hosts Ben Shephard and Jenni Falconer looked stunned as she giggled, rambled then seemed to doze.
When got it I turned bright red and they all giggled again, so it is worse than ever.
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