Unlike atheists, Christians are taught not to sneer
None of this would be surprising but for our inability to do much more than sneer
when the word "politician" is tossed into a sentence.
The Republican presidential hopeful shows off a self-satisfied smirk, a jowly grin and a jeering sneer
while addressing voters in Dallas.
Maybe it was Jagger's sneer
, Townsend smashing up his guitar or simply H from Steps.
Backstage, after picking up his award last night, he said: "We've become a sneer
A full up-and-down rebuff of my outfit, followed by a sneer
and then a command to make the rest of the table sneer
This got a reaction: a sneer
that reeked of condescension.
We know she and her type sneer
at our England flags and inflatable reindeer and package holidays.
at people who hold these views because they are allegedly members of something called the "chattering classes" (philistine-speak for people who take an informed interest in current affairs), and may or may not live in Selly Oak or Kings Heath and go to dinner parties, is gratuitously insulting and, frankly, childish.
Poor Bob was born with one eye missing and a defect which meant his face was squashed into a permanent sneer
She really sells the book, giving Fran a cheeky attitude, the homeless girl a pathetic Cockney whine, the nephews a sleazy sneer
, the various crooks menace.
When most people write about war or money or energy merely to strut their stuff or indulge a sneer
, we end up laughing-as the society burns.
Sneering punk pop New York-style from a band led by a bloke who lived on that city's streets from the age of 16 so he's allowed to sneer
as much as he wants.
It has become predictably fashionable for the odd - very odd - element of the national media to sit back and sneer
at an occasion which has, in its own right, become a National phenomenon.
No, we won't get federal marriage rights in a Kerry administration (though his support for civil unions is nothing to sneer