Examples of titter in a Sentence
Some people in the audience tittered nervously during an awkward pause in the speech.
even as students in the sex ed class continued to titter, the lecturer plowed ahead
Recent Examples of titter from the Web
Make vibrant coral reef B-roll and penguin tittering a non-intrusive backdrop to your own animalistic instincts.
Two Lovers’’: sullen, mumbling, chewing gum, refusing to remove his sunglasses, barely interacting with Dave — the audience tittering uncomfortably — and then lashing out at him.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Moments after KyMe was no longer a Cleveland Cavalier on Tuesday night, wits tittered on Twitter that the Boston Celtics gave up heaven and flat Earth to get him.
The reform-minded, tuned-in crowd of more than 200 tittered.
And the rest of us will titter at those primitive, chipless fools.
The crowd nervously tittered at the collective memory of the mash-up Western.
The crowd begins to titter before a word passes through the P.A. system; familiar mannerisms overshadow syntax, however carefully arranged.
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Origin and Etymology of titter
First Known Use: circa 1619See Words from the same year
split one's sides;
TITTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of titter for English Language Learners
: to laugh in a quiet and nervous way
TITTER Defined for Kids
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