sniggering

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{i} laughing in a partially suppressed scornful manner
present participle of snigger
snicker
To emit a snicker—stifled or broken laugh
snigger
A partly suppressed or broken laugh

Here the unfeeling Toad broke into a snigger, and then pulled himself together and tried to look particularly solemn.

snigger
A sly or snide laugh
snicker
{v} to laugh slily or contemptuously
snicker
If you snicker, you laugh quietly in a disrespectful way, for example at something rude or embarrassing. We all snickered at Mrs. Swenson. = snigger Snicker is also a noun. a chorus of jeers and snickers. to laugh quietly and in a way that is not nice at something which is not supposed to be funny British Equivalent: sniggersnicker at (From the sound)
snicker
laugh quietly
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A stifled or broken laugh
snicker
To laugh with audible catches of voice, as when persons attempt to suppress loud laughter
snicker
{i} sly laugh; stifled laughter, suppressed chuckle; neigh, whinny (made by a horse)
snicker
a disrespectful laugh
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To laugh slyly; to laugh in one's sleeve
snicker
A half suppressed, broken laugh
snicker
{f} laugh quietly, laugh in a stifled manner; laugh slyly; neigh, whinny (of a horse)
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To emit a snicker
snicker
a disrespectful laugh laugh quietly
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To emit a snigger
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laugh quietly
snigger
{f} snicker, laugh in a partially suppressed scornful manner
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If someone sniggers, they laugh quietly in a disrespectful way, for example at something rude or unkind. Suddenly, three schoolkids sitting near me started sniggering Snigger is also a noun. trying to suppress a snigger. to laugh quietly in a way that is not nice at something which is not supposed to be funny American Equivalent: snickersnigger at (snicker)
snigger
a disrespectful laugh
sniggering