Definition of Tittering

1. Adjective. Being or sounding of nervous or suppressed laughter.

Exact synonyms: Thoriated
Participles: Thoriate, Titter



Definition of Tittering

1. Verb. (present participle of titter) ¹

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Definition of Tittering

1. titter [v] - See also: titter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tittering

titred
titres
titrimetric
titrimetry
titter
tittered
titterel
titterels
titterer
titterers
tittering (current term)
titteringly
titters
tittie
tittimouse
titting
tittish
tittivate
tittivated
tittivates
tittivating
tittivation
tittle
tittle-tattle

Literary usage of Tittering

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1. A Private Chapter of the War by George W. Bailey (1880)
"... to "be quiet, girls; " suppressed tittering, which soon subsided, and all became quiet — lulled in the soothing arms of Morpheus. October 6. ..."

2. A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames: With Special American Instances by Charles Wareing Endell Bardsley (1901)
"Tootle, who went rather late to an evening party with wife and daughters, that much tittering was caused by the flunkey's loud announcement of ' Mr. Tootle, ..."

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