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snicker Saltos de línea: snicker
Pronunciación: /ˈsnɪkə/

Definición de snicker en inglés:


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1Give a smothered or half-suppressed laugh; snigger: he could imagine them snickering as he passed she is a woman they all love to snicker at
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For a good five minutes, we laughed, snickered, giggled, and chuckled our tension away.
  • And, I snickered, laughed internally, and asked some veiled questions about his movie.
  • They laughed and snickered with their yellow eyes glowing in the dark.
snigger, sneer, smirk, simper;
titter, giggle, chortle
1.1(Of a horse) whinny: the horse flicked its ears and snickered with pleasure
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Her snout split into an ear to ear grin and she snickered at him.


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1A smothered laugh; a snigger: he could not evoke a snicker with his jokes
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There were a few snickers as kids laughed at what everyone thought was a joke.
  • Everyone tried not to laugh but the snickers were there.
  • There was some scattered snickers and laughing around the room.
1.1A whinny.


Oraciones de ejemplo
  • He is obsessed with what kids snickeringly refer to as ‘potty humor,’ and his movies reek of it.
  • The profession that has been snickeringly compared to assorted plagues, now seems to be the target of one.
  • She patiently and interestedly (if somewhat snickeringly) listens to Mark Twain's theorizing.


Late 17th century: imitative.

Palabras que riman con snicker

bicker, clicker, dicker, flicker, kicker, liquor, nicker, picker, pricker, shicker, slicker, sticker, ticker, tricker, vicar, whicker, Wicca, wicker
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