Edmund is now 4, and is a giggly, sociable, nosy, occasionally impertinent boy.
It is a plant that makes me mellow and giggly and, quite frankly, tired.
Lloyd Grove on how Newt kept his cool and Romney got giggly.
But what about those of us who, for whatever our reasons, have left our hazy, giggly days behind us?
In the blaze of the electric lights, he saw Lizzie Connolly and her giggly friend.
When I come home I may be nothing but a giggly, childishly happy old lady, who doesn't care a rap whether her skin fits or not.
Yet, tired as they were, they were still attempting forlorn, giggly little jokes and friendly greetings.
"Aberner Rollins," she wrote very carefully in her round, childish hand, with a giggly flourish at the tail-tip of each word.
There was another, a giggly, gurgly lady with gray hair fluffed up into a pompadour.
Kind of braced me for swingin' past all that row of giggly lady typists and on into Mr. Robert's private office.
c.1500, probably imitative. Related: Giggled; giggling; giggly. As a noun from 1570s.