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Synonyms for snigger
a facial expression or laugh conveying scorn or derision
to laugh in a stifled way
to smile or laugh scornfully or derisively
References in periodicals archive
"A couple of senior male bosses had a little snigger
and I never heard from them again."
To rebuild Paradise Circus in the manner proposed by the city council planners would certainly justify more than the odd snigger
for years and years to come.
or foul hook salmon, poachers use heavy, virtually unbreakable wire, such as strimmer cord or a clothes rope attached to a bare treble hook and lead.
Parents have got to get over their personal hang ups and move away from a 'nudge, nudge, snigger
He would look at me and snigger
. He looked at me dead eerie.''
The idea of council officers installing special pink streetlights that reveal acne in the hope it will scare troublesome teens off our streets might provoke a few sniggers
When she laughs in public, everyone turns to stare and smirks or sniggers