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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of snigger.


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  • Also, every show is talking about the way people over there "sniggered", "sneered" at her, including Simon, when she walked on stage.

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  • I sniggered and marked it down as one of those things I would never willingly visit.

    The Coudenberg

  • I sniggered despite myself, dashing into the bathroom.

    Brush of Darkness

  • He sniggered, an unsettling sound in the darkness of our situation.


  • So far, after all these years, no Mexicans have (a) taken my photo (b) pointed and sniggered or (c) asked me to cover up out of respect for their culture.

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  • Serena sniggered, and Nahla covered her mouth with her hands to keep from laughing.

    Master of Mirrors

  • He must be very juvenile, easily pleased or sees the funny side of life in everything, because I have not even sniggered at any book that makes this claim.

    Putting Humour in its Place « Write Anything

  • When Barack Obama prophesied that his election would mark "the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal," people sniggered.

    A Cloying Hymn Of Praise

  • The corridors were full of plasterers doing renovation work who sniggered loudly as I flip flopped past, my tooth brush leading the way like a sword.

    A rainy day in Shanghai

  • “Does she know the guy?” sniggered Mickey Kaus, the Slate blogger, in a bloggingheads. tv interview.

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