The word snigger is offensive

meaning of snigger in English

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They were sniggered at by the employers, who stood on the other side of the street.
They were both happy with the arrangement, ignoring the sniggers from other residents of the street.
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Conservatives may snigger and dispute that, but in a modern age it is a human right to have the essential lifeline of a telephone.
When we ask for physical controls or controlled ownership, it sets up a snigger or a laugh: the comment is.
I do not believe that this is a matter that we can avoid with a nudge and a snigger.
I do not know whether those who snigger have even opened its covers.
I wish him well with that venture because people tend to snigger when one refers to the problems that those who are grossly overweight can suffer.