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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A disrespectful laugh v. - Laugh quietly.

Usage examples (32)
  • The Bloomsbury highbrow, with his mechanical snigger, is as out-of-date as the cavalry colonel.
  • Christine made a sound that I would have called snigger if it had issued from someone less patrician.
  • If you ask for miel, you’ll certainly be understood, but you might get a snigger from the shopkeeper.
  • Sources close to the DUP ministerial team 'snigger' at the cross-border bodies. for more
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