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Synonyms for sneer

scorn

say contemptuously

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contemptuous smile

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  • contemptuous smile
  • snigger
  • curl of the lip

Synonyms for sneer

a facial expression or laugh conveying scorn or derision

to smile or laugh scornfully or derisively

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a facial expression of contempt or scorn

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a contemptuous or scornful remark

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express through a scornful smile

smile contemptuously

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He was echoed by Richard Brookhiser, who sneered at "daffy" pro-immigration Republicans in his New York Observer column.
We assume Mary's replacement will not be a career officer with a balanced approach but a neo-Nazi who views us as incompetent or criminal," sneered consular official Colombia A.
Then on to the Winter Olympics (``the Aryan Games'') and the figure-skating controversy (``I don't care; I'm French,'' he sneered in a mock Gaelic accent, pretending to smoke).
When Graves designed objects for Tiffany, nobody sneered.
Mothers without jobs are secretly envied for enjoying the richness of family, but at the same time are sneered at for having dropped out of the big-time world of professions, presumably because they couldn't cut it there.
Ms Shannon and her family told the court that Keane had sneered and smirked and sneered at them.
I cannot believe the Founding Fathers thought that the right to put the same commercial on 5,112 times was intended to be protected by the First Amendment," sneered Senator Charles Schumer (D-N.
Uh oh, fiction,'' sneered veteran Republican campaign consultant Sal Russo, Simon's big political gun, after eyeing the Davis Web site duo.
They have made economic and social dynamism the enemy, denounced consumer choice, blasted liberal immigration policies, romanticized peasant virtues and traditionalist ethnic neighborhoods, scorned technological achievement, sneered at knowledge work, and opposed international trade.
The non-league goalkeeper - and David Beckham lookalike - saw red when one of Dane's pals sneered at him for selling his kiss-and-tell story to a Sunday newspaper.
Critics sneered at Clint Eastwood's spaghetti Westerns when they first hit theaters, and now, the Man With No Name's essayist is the subject of hagiography from PBS, which was born about the same time as Eastwood's film career.
The snooty presenter of The Weakest Link sneered as a contestant answered a question incorrectly.
The school sometimes is sneered at for being a commuter university, but that has been CSUN's nature since it began as the Valley campus of Los Angeles State College.
You could agree to have her put down," sneered the salesman, before realising
It has all the bells and whistles and high-tech features they didn't have 20 years ago,'' Ochsner sneered.