snigger


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When they tittered, I tittered; when they roared, I roared; and I also threw in a little snigger all by myself now and then, as if I had seen a bit of humour that had escaped the others.
"Anybody--any father would have done as much, and pray don't apologize your mistake was quite natural." A furniture man sniggered here, and Lord Lundie rolled an Eye of Doom on their ranks.
Dan sniggered, and threw Harvey his warped bicycle shoes.
hee!/ white men," sniggered Gagool, as the light from the lamp fell upon it.
"Must 'a' thought he had hold of seventeen devils," the dog-musher sniggered.