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Definition of the noun snicker
What does snicker mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: snickers
- a disrespectful laugh
Alternative definition of the noun snicker
- A stifled or broken laugh
Definition of the verb snicker
What does snicker mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: snickered | snickering | snickers
- laugh quietly
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula [Agent - being] [Verb] Paul laughed [Agent - being] [Verb] [Oblique] [Adjective] Paul laughed himself sick [Agent - being] [Verb] [Oblique 1] [Path Preposition] [Oblique 2] The audience laughed the actor off the stage [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] Paul laughed a cheerful laugh [Agent - being] [Verb] at [Cause] Paul laughed at the story [Agent - being] [Verb] in / from [Theme] She laughed in/from embarrassment [Agent - being] [Verb] at / to / towards / for [Recipient] Paul laughed at Mary
Verbs Involving the Body (with the same syntax): beam, cackle, chortle, chuckle, cough, cry, frown, gape, gasp, gawk, giggle, glare, glower, goggle, grimace, grin, groan, growl, guffaw, howl, jeer, laugh, moan, pout, scoff, scowl, sigh, simper, smile, smirk, sneer, sneeze, sniff, snigger, snivel, snore, snort, sob, titter, weep, whistle, yawn.
- lexical domain: Body Actions - verbs of grooming, dressing and bodily care
- synonym of snicker: snigger
- more generic terms: express joy / express mirth / laugh = produce laughter
Alternative definition of the verb snicker
- [intransitive] To emit a snicker: a stifled or broken laugh.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for snicker
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A Snicker Story (2013)
The Struggle to Survive by Maria Gray
Snicker is a Sheltie stray struggling to survive on the harsh streets of the city.
QR, S Versability (2015)
by Roger J. Maderia
A snicker is a disrespectful laugh. Snits are fits of temper for a while. Survival is researched in sociobiology. Sociology takes societies in detail. Sociolinguistics adds language to the cultures. Solace and relief may soon prevail. Stoicism is ...
Fred Snicker is a dude of the well-known type. The aim of the author is to show in colors anything but bright and winning the spirit of ambitious monopolists and money-grabbers, while a rather interesting love passage is woven into the drift of ...
The Dictionary of English Inflected Words, with the Syllabication of All the Words According to a System Founded on Well-defined Principles (1877)
And the System of Syllabication as Applied to Poetry and the Scansion of Verse. Forming Part II of The Handy English Word Book by James Stormonth
Revised and Corrected, with the Addition of Numerous Slang Phrases, Collected from Tried Authorites by Francis Grose
Snicker. A glandered horse. Snicker, or Snigger. To laugh privately, or in one's sleeve.
by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Hee, hee, snicker, snicker. It's sexual but we don't know why! Once you introduce breast-feeding into the repertoire, nipples take on a double persona: sometimes provocative headlights, other times just handy, elastic, marvelously functional ...
Buckish Slang, University Wit, and Pickpocket Eloquence by Francis Grose
SNICKER. A glandered horse. TO SNICKER, or SNIGGER. To laugh privately, or in one's 342.
SNIcKER. A glandered horse. To SNIcKER, or SNrqosR. To laugh privately, or in one's sleeve .
by Adrian Room
gigantic see giant giggle/ snigger/snicker/titter To giggle is to laugh nervously or foolishly: 'The girls giggled as they were called up onto the stage.' To snigger is to laugh at something improper ...
by Nils K. Oeijord, Mitch C. Bronston
instinct sneer, to-sneer-at-someone-or-something instinct snicker, to-snicker instinct snide, a-snide-comment-or-remark instinct snigger, to-snigger instinct snobbery, snobbery instinct snobbishness, snobbishness instinct snore, ...
by Francis Grose
SNICKER. A glandered horse. TO SNICKER, or SNIGGER. To laugh privately, or in one's sleeve.
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- Door Cock, *snicker*
Ok, childish moment.
It says "DOOR COCK" on the side of that bus!
And there is a paint chip...
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When I first got here, every time you'd say breast feeding on the House floor there would be a snicker. This has been happening since creation. Can we finally get a grip on it? (Susan Molinari)
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Scrabble value of S1N1I1C3K5E1R1
The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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