Synonyms of titter
sniggerDictionary • Mention sex therapy and most people will titter with embarrassment.
snigger • The tourists snigger at the locals' outdated ways and dress.
laugh • He laughed with pleasure when people said he looked like his Dad.
giggle • Both girls began to giggle.
chuckle • He chuckled appreciatively at her riposte.
chortle (informal) • He began chortling like an idiot.
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chortle (informal)To chortle means to laugh in a way that shows you are very pleased.
• He began chortling like an idiot.
chuckleWhen you chuckle, you laugh quietly.
• He chuckled appreciatively at her riposte.
giggleIf someone giggles, they laugh in a childlike way, because they are amused, nervous, or embarrassed.
• Both girls began to giggle.
Thesaurus for titter from the Collins English Thesaurus
to snigger, esp derisively or in a suppressed way