sniggeringly


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sniggeringly

(ˈsnɪɡərɪŋlɪ)
adv
with a snigger
References in classic literature ?
Glancing round with an imbecile smile, you sniggeringly observe that "it hasn't got much hair has it?" Nobody answers you for a minute, but at last the stately nurse says with much gravity:
But to focus sniggeringly on DeVos' anti-ursine feelings is to be distracted from what's truly terrible about her: Her appointment would be a disaster for education in America.
This island, like so much of what is sniggeringly called The Left Coast, is a place where people have chosen to live after willingly rejecting society's grid.