Origin of snicker
OTHER WORDS FROM snickersnick·er·ing·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH snickersneaker, snicker
How to use snicker in a sentence
“Sorry, David Sirota, Looks Like Boston Bombing Suspects Not White Americans,” snickered a headline in Newsbusters.
Tweeters snickered about the sparring to come between European leaders over who would collect the prize in person on Dec. 10.
I know that some of you are appalled, and that some of you snickered.
Jimmieboy smiled over it; the sprite snickered, and the major threw himself down on the grass in a perfect paroxysm of laughter.In Camp With A Tin Soldier|John Kendrick Bangs
And Forbes, suddenly understanding what he had done, snickered too, and just managed to throttle down a loud guffaw.What Will People Say?|Rupert Hughes
Bascomb's friends snickered, and the big yearling proceeded to address himself directly to Davis.Frank Merriwell's Chums|Burt L. Standish
“For the thirty-first,” I replied blandly while Checkers snickered.Polly the Pagan|Isabel Anderson
"He is preparing a little comedy I might dub the same name," she snickered.The ghosts of their ancestors|Weymer Jay Mills