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Definition of teehee

teehee

  • something is amusing to warrant a little smile and shrug but not amusing enough to warrant a surprised laugh.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Nicole B. from Canada on Feb 12 2005.

  • a laugh.

    Last edited on Jun 01 2006. Submitted by Becky on Jun 01 2006.

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