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verb as in laugh in a suppressed manner

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There were plenty of snickers and jokes about who would be the No.

The attitude of the local colleagues at first puzzled us, and then made us snicker in a superior way.

Brace yourself, friends, for the new hate-and-snicker-fest on the right about the Obamacare numbers.

Each time I tried to begin a story, each time I said the word “gay” or “lesbian” or “transgender,” the gendarmes began to snicker.

He offered little evidence to that, and his testimony was reported to have made some of the jurors snicker.

“It sounds horrible,” Hef says on the phone from the Mansion in Los Angeles, punctuating his sarcasm with a snicker.

Enslee began to snicker again, taking some support in his shame from another man's disgrace.

Jest tell her there's more Smithses wanted an' she'll leave the Greenses 'thout a snicker.'

A gratified snore from Dee and Miss Cox with a little snicker went to her room.

The snicker grew to a laugh—a laugh with a thread of grim menace in it, and a tinge of mounting man-hysteria.

You see, I'm goin' to croak 'fore long—oh, you don't need to snicker; 't's a fact.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snicker, such as: chortle, chuckle, giggle, laugh, smirk, and sneer.

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