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Subtle LaughterPlay
Use 'giggle' when describing soft, subdueda laughter, not loud guffaws. SlideShe tried to keep straight-faced, but a giggle escaped her lips.
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Emotional NuancePlay
A giggle can express nervousness or embarrassment, not just amusement. SlideDuring his presentation, he nervously giggled at his own uncertainty.
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Social ContextPlay
Giggling is often a social response, shared in groups to signify enjoyment. SlideThey giggled together at the whimsical scene in the movie.