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I donīt really see how Sneer or jeer are a laugh. I can somewhat understand simper, but I would never use it when relating it to laughter. I feel jeering and sneering are negative feelings/actions, and are not related to laughter, even if it might say so in the dictionary. Iīm going by the way a native speaker would feel about these two words.