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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.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
You see, I'm goin' to croak 'fore long—oh, you don't need to snicker; 't's a fact.
An amused snicker from Bill was followed by Larrys asking another question.
PETER COTTERELL'S TREASURERUPERT SARGENT HOLLAND
"Nobody'd accuse yu of anything like that," came from the window, accompanied by an overdone snicker.
Reverdy had lifted an enraptured face, but at sight of Braile pausing in sarcastic pleasure, he dropped his head with a snicker.
THE LEATHERWOOD GODWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
But nowadays the world moves quicker than in the long ago; old-fashioned methods make us snicker, they were so crude and slow.
Von Stinnes, a melancholy Pierrot doffing his hat with a gallant snicker to the moon.
ERIK DORNBEN HECHT

WORDS RELATED TO SNICKER

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