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Put that question to Scherzer, Strasburg or Lester, and wait for the sneer in response.

Gawker sneered that Uber is "Ayn Rand's favorite car service."

Onscreen, he shoved his jaw out, jutted his hips, and sneered at the camera.

“Mr. Weiner is not a normal human being,” sneered the Journal in its editorial demanding he drop out.

So how many people, including those who sneered at Aguilera, can even recite the lyrics?

The two men have sneered at Hirsi Ali in print, dismissing her as an “Enlightenment fundamentalist.”

"It was by Marius's contrivance that he was placed sentry over the girl," he heard her tell Fortunio, and he thought she sneered.

“Going to dig over the whole cellar, I suppose,” sneered the other, and clenched his fists nervously.

"Yes; all men that run chances have their superstitions, and they're not to be sneered at," replied Crozier thoughtfully.

Julian sneered, but sneered in vain, and at last ceased to try and tempt Digby to join him in his malpractices.

"Talk of that after midnight," sneered Burlingame desperately as the door was opened for him by Crozier.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sneered, such as: taunt, jeer, scoff, deride, belittle, and grin.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.