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.
to snigger or foul hook salmon, poachers use heavy, virtually unbreakable wire, such as strimmer cord or a clothes rope attached to a bare treble hook and lead.
To rebuild Paradise Circus in the manner proposed by the city council planners would certainly justify more than the odd snigger for years and years to come.