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Definition of Gigglingly
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gigglingly
gigglingly (current term)
Literary usage of Gigglingly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cruise of the Dream Ship by Ralph Stock (1921)
"The entire population of Palmerston tumbled aboard like an avalanche, and gigglingly surveyed our effects outspread on the engine-room hatch. ..."
2. Mystic Isles of the South Seas by Frederick O'Brien (1921)
"The Tiare girls, all color and sparkle, exchanged quips with the male diners, patted their shoulders, and gigglingly fought when they tried to take them ..."
3. The Making of a Newspaper edited by Melville Philips (1893)
"Now, as I left behind me two Herald men, permit-equipped, who, over the sides of the rail, gigglingly bade me a tender au revoir, I felt madder than a March ..."