- n a person who laughs nervously
- From an early age, Jackson writes, Nixon was "a serious child; he was never a giggler.
- Monica Seles, a two-fisted Yugoslav giggler, every bit of 15, terrified Graf in their three-set semifinal.
- Ruth Gordon, a noted giggler, makes the stage Mattie sillier than Edith Wharton intended her to be.
News & Articles
- Newsline for August 8, 2013
1) WCC leader to preach at Illinois congregation, visit Church of the Brethren General Offices. 2) Harold Giggler: CDS volunteers care for children following Asiana crash. 3) Brethren Disaster Ministries directs $75,000 grant to Sandy relief in Haiti. 4) Donald Booz retires from leadership of Pacific Southwest District. 5) NOAC to feature a great line up of speakers, events for older adults. 6 ...
Aug. 8, 2013 - Worldwide Faith News
- Ashley Jensen in guardian.co.uk
I never ever thought that I was a giggler,Jensen says. "I was the one who could hold it together but I didn't on this at all. I was kind of useless. Sometimes Ricky would just look at me and that was it and I would just be away."