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It is a most lively jig, what the boys call a "regular break-down," interspersed with squeals and snickers and derisive laughter.
A YEAR IN THE FIELDSJOHN BURROUGHS
Then planting his broad feet down in the dust, with many snickers, he left some very interesting tracks.
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON
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.
WITHIN PRISON WALLSTHOMAS MOTT OSBORNE
Mandy's confidential snickers made him doubly anxious to get to a less personal topic.
POLLY OF THE CIRCUSMARGARET MAYO
Mrs. Robert pinks up, Vee snickers, and they both hurries into the next room.
It was Jimmie again, holding his nose and swaying in a vain effort to control a paroxysm of snickers at Thomas' unusual outburst.
He was starting to descend the steep stairs to the street, when he caught the sound of snickers and creeping footsteps behind him.
ALADDIN O'BRIENGOUVERNEUR MORRIS
I'll admit we was some conspicuous durin' the evenin', with folks stretchin' their necks our way, but I didn't hear any snickers.
TORCHY AND VEESEWELL FORD
Even so, that flossy bunch of lady typists showed poor taste in cuttin' loose with the smothered snickers as we wobbles past.
TORCHY AND VEESEWELL FORD

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