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  • verb Present participle of snicker.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And you could hear snickering from the tea-baggers.

    Think Progress » Coburn Implores Audience To Not Be ‘Biased By Fox News’

  • "The house has definitely been altered," said Shannon Lee, the actor's daughter, who recalled snickering when she learned about the home's love hotel status in her mid-teens.

    Medindia Health News

  • I recalled the snickering from the back of various class rooms that seemed to get progressively worse as we interrupted frog dissections and geometric shapes on overhead projectors to promote our latest musical ...

    TVgasm Recaps

  • "The house has definitely been altered," said Shannon Lee, the actor's daughter, who recalled snickering when she learned about the home's love hotel status in her mid-teens.

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • It didn't sound to me like he was making fun of that possibility—as "snickering" implies.

    Mickey Kaus on Sniggergate.

  • And this one you can feel people, like, universally kind of snickering, like, behind their back, like, around the world.

    CNN Transcript Apr 11, 2005

  • At best, I could say that there was a kind of snickering respect for my determination.

    Owning a boat in Venice

  • At best, I could say that there was a kind of snickering respect for my determination.

    Veniceblog:

  • He describes the "sucking sound" of modern French police sirens, the "snickering" of certain neon signs, the melodious "parping of automobiles."

    NYT > Home Page

  • "My friends were kind of snickering at him, and I didn't like that," Ramirez said.

    The Seattle Times

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