Synonyms for snicker
Antonyms for snicker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SNICKER
I looked at Sol, on the seat next to me; I thought I had heard him snicker.
They snicker at my graftin', and I laugh in my sleeve, I guess, at their penetration.'
"You've made a mistake," he told old Mr. Crow with a snicker.
But his snicker was palpably an assumption of unconcern he did not possess.
The sound of a snicker behind him brought a scowl to Jack's face.
If you'll tell me where the laugh comes in, I'll snicker, just to keep you company.
As he gazed sorrowfully at the saloon he heard a snicker from behind him.
"I don't see what's so funny," resented Bobby, beginning to snicker, too.
The snicker turned into a roar of laughter, a grown man's laughter.
The snicker that came from the crowd at this remark maddened Andy.
1690s, possibly of imitative origin, similar to Dutch snikken "to gasp, sob." Related: Snickered; snickering.