Definition of sniggerer in English:



See snigger

  • ‘We are great spontaneous sniggerers and we can do it in unison without any prompting from one another.’
  • ‘I'll have you sniggerers know that as well as being a churchgoer, this chap was a very good rugby player.’
  • ‘A snorter is a snob expressing their disapproval, while a sniggerer is insensitive, unsympathetic and immature.’
  • ‘A knowing snigger normally followed, but the sniggerers never acknowledged the fundamentally undemocratic assumption underpinning this kind of argument.’
  • ‘Perhaps it starts with you screaming about finding your reading glasses only to be sniggeringly told by your resident sniggerer that they are perched on top of your head.’