[ UK /tˈɪtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈtɪtɝ/ ]
  1. laugh nervously
    The girls giggled when the rock star came into the classroom
  1. a nervous restrained laugh
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How To Use titter In A Sentence

  • My children bring me great joy (especially as the little ones vacillate between squirming with curiosity and tittering with barely kept secrets in anticipation of Christmas).
  • However, Frank's furtive visits to strange bars frequented by men in ascots and Cathy's friendship with Raymond, a noble black gardener, set the neighbourhood gossips tittering.
  • Later on the custom was abolished because vulgar people tittered and the dignity of the elephants or their mahouts was wounded.
  • Women's bell-like tittering and men's droning passiveness filled the void my nervousness made.
  • Bryan tittered nervously, and the two men sat in a very uncomfortable hot silence.
  • I did, however, see them tittering, shrieking, guffawing and hooting with laughter at the madcap slapstick that has become the trademark of these two spiky-haired, South Yorkshire clowns.
  • One possible reaction was laughter, although a very different laughter to the embarrassed titters of a modern school group when sex-ed comes around.
  • There was admiring applause at the end but little more than titters throughout a show misguidedly billed as ‘hilariously funny’.
  • A titter of giggles issued from everyone as Amy reddened.
  • The rest of the class tittered as I told him in my sternest teacher voice that we would be having a class bathroom break once everyone was quiet and in his seat.
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