To utter a partly stifled laugh: "I have seen the eternal Footman hold my coat, and snicker” ( T.S. Eliot). (verb-intransitive)
A snide, slightly stifled laugh. (noun)
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Use "snicker" in a sentence
"= D or anyone. anyone thats not at school * snicker snicker* that is = D haha love you all! mwah!"
"Oh - wait - i'm sorry, right - I'm doing it for the purpose of pure altruism. * snicker snicker*"
"Wildlife candywwgm * snicker snicker* RT @Africafreak: Very "Unusual""