I know that some of you are appalled, and that some of you snickered.
“Sorry, David Sirota, Looks Like Boston Bombing Suspects Not White Americans,” snickered a headline in Newsbusters.
The Jonesvillians made sights and sights of fun of him, poked fun at him, and snickered.
He shook and snickered with anticipation of the glory of it.
The girl at the desk yawned, and snickered, and went back to her typing with an unpleasant grin.
Miss Mercy snickered in appreciation of the cleverness of her manœuvre.
Sidling up to a well-dressed man-about-town type, Pembroke winked at him and snickered.
Mrs. Stout snickered, whereupon the others glared at her contemptuously.
A broad grin spread over the boy's face, and Dora snickered.
"I'm bound to take home something, Miss Peggy," snickered Joe.
1690s, possibly of imitative origin, similar to Dutch snikken "to gasp, sob." Related: Snickered; snickering.
"a smothered laugh," 1835, from snicker (v.).