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snitter (third-person singular simple present snitters, present participle snittering, simple past and past participle snittered)

  1. (intransitive) To giggle in a suppressed manner; to titter.
    • 1966, William McIlvanney, Remedy is None, page 44:
      She snittered once briefly, like a horse neighing, and cut it short. Glancing at her, Charlie saw her lips twisting nervously in an attempt to suppress the laughter which showed beneath her composure like a kitten under a coverlet.
    • 2001, Basil Copper, No Flowers for the General, page 12:
      He started snittering. He sounded like he thought it was funny.