View definitions for snickers


verb as in laugh at mockingly

verb as in laugh at

Weak matches

Discover More

Example Sentences

If you are reading this and thinking this is completely crazy, that is probably because it's nuttier than a Snickers Bar.

Hawkins had sought to keep the peace by buying a Snickers bar.

“AZ was offended that the agent would think that he could be bought for a Snickers bar,” Rodriguez writes.

My personal life was not so glossy—I made hardly any money, ate Snickers bars for dinner, and lived in a tiny sublet.

Well, in one sense, any person is “free” to eat as much Snickers-bar cheesecake as he likes.

It is a most lively jig, what the boys call a "regular break-down," interspersed with squeals and snickers and derisive laughter.

Then planting his broad feet down in the dust, with many snickers, he left some very interesting tracks.

The following day, November 2d, we moved along up the valley as far as Snickers Gap, where we stayed two days.

Then came snickers from various distances, and my frantic effort to straighten things out only made more noise than ever.

Mandy's confidential snickers made him doubly anxious to get to a less personal topic.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snickers, such as: chortle, chuckle, giggle, guffaw, smirk, and sneer.

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