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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of snigger.


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  • He has been given all of two hours to develop the character from DA to murderous menace and the final showdown produces the first and only real sniggers from the audience.

    Sound Off: The Dark Knight - What Did You Think?! «

  • A better parent wouldn't have broken down in sniggers and had to leave the room.

    The Lie Put Untold

  • Offensive TermsCan I kindly request that the word sniggers is allowed? discussion forums

  • It was the tavern where Spader had first introduced me to the strange bitter-sweet drink called sniggers.

    The Soldiers of Halla

  • A few sniggers broke out in the room as Cassidy grinned broadly at his joke.

    The Priest

  • I havent been able to buy book four yet (I had to get the new JR Ward * sniggers* that stuff is crack) but plan to buy it next week.

    Some Good News

  • Obviously, that's a tough nut to crack, because conservatives in this country have a long history of being used as electoral cannon fodder by a corporate-centered Republican establishment that despises them and sniggers at their beliefs behind their backs.

    Ian Fletcher: Free Trade and the Tea Party: Puppets or Rebels?

  • He opens with a meeting of economists at Bretton Woods sponsored by George Soros, wanders past the International Monetary Fund and the banks, pauses at Alan Greenspan who recanted his errors, then took it back, takes a shot at Gordon Brown, sniggers at the European Union and ends up with Ayn Rand and why he won't be lining up to see Atlas Shrugged.

    Robert Teitelman: Appreciating John Kay

  • Saehrimnir worked his way forward carefully through the sour fruits of the Ironwood, shivering to hear the growls and sniggers in the dim light.

    The Pig’s End « A Fly in Amber

  • Captain Magnus shepherded them across the deck, ignoring the sniggers of his mates.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny


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