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But he heard snickering all about him and looked around timidly.
Youll know after youve seen him, returned Jerry, snickering.
There was some snickering among Henrietta Hen's callers as they bade her good afternoon and left her.
THE TALE OF HENRIETTA HENARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Why, at this minute, the crowds before the bulletin boards all over the United States are snickering at the Giants.
As he stretched himself again, a sudden barking and snickering came from a giant spruce on the hill just above.
WILDERNESS WAYSWILLIAM J LONG
Then began a snickering among the servingmen, and those of Tongue looked mighty wise.
You forget sometimes and begin snickering and somebody rings the bell and hands you a telegram reading, 'Your heart is broken.'
ERIK DORNBEN HECHT
Black curly had taken himself off, and the driver sat at the table with me, still occasionally snickering in his plate.
“If not a great deal better,” added Westby with an urbanity that set every one snickering.
THE JESTER OF ST. TIMOTHY'SARTHUR STANWOOD PIER
Westby stopped to turn a surprised, questioning look upon the snickering class.
THE JESTER OF ST. TIMOTHY'SARTHUR STANWOOD PIER

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