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A small, devious smirk.
She snerked upon finding out that the guy who cut her off in traffic ended up in a fender-bender.
by Anowyn April 02, 2004
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1.
Verb or Noun: Small sound that is emitted through the nose and mouth, usually a compressed laugh or snort. Often accompanied with a small grin, smirk, or sneer. Usually a tone of either derision, (as when someone says something you find stupid) or innocent humor. (When someone tells you a funny joke and you are busy doing something else, so a full-fledged laugh is difficult.)Nice to use behind other's backs, as when they do something inanely stupid and you can't help but laugh about it, but don't want to fall over laughing.
Holding my lunchtray in one hand and balancing my fork, I snerked as Caroline delivered the punchline of the dead baby joke.

When the girl in front of me pointed at the Mustang and said, "Oh, I like that Camaro.", I had to snerk discreetly.
by Miss Necrosis M. Atrophy May 07, 2006
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2.
Its a cross between Sniggers and Smirks. Not a very friendly thing and is usually only used by people who don't agree with people very often.

Present Tense: *snerks at your T-shirt*

Past Tense: Did you see that? She totally snerked at you!

Future Tense: I think i'll snerk at him in assembally
by chibi-chi September 17, 2005
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3.
1. A giggle that comes out more as a snort.
2. The noise you make when you snort your drink out your nose. (From trying not to laugh.)
A: "...So then the chiuaua chased her up the stairs and cornered her in the bathroom."
K: "*Snerk* That is so funny! *laughs*"
by mikokit May 01, 2006
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4.
to laugh in a superior manner; to snort out loud. Generally
used in chat forums.
snerk is used almost exclusively by its self. For example
when someone says something ridiculous or foolish you need only reply snerk.
by D. A. McLeod August 15, 2007
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5.
African insect found on gorillas. - J.J. Evans of Good Times
Dogs have fleas and gorillas have snerks.
by MeTwinkleToes December 27, 2010
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6.
A combination of a sneer and a smirk. Used as a verb in instant messenger conversations, never as a noun.
I had a private snerk when I saw my ex at the convention and noticed he was going bald at 19.
by spiraling February 13, 2005
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