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- adj. Prone to sneeze with little (if any) nasal agitation.
- adj. Characterised by sneezes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. inclined to sneeze
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I'm happy, healthy (well, a little sneezy and snotty-that's just village life), and beyond excited to announce I'll be headed home in DECEMBER for a visit!
When you buy your materials, make sure the tops of your spice jars are magnetic, and make sure your magnets are strong, too — a connection too weak will find you coming home to a floor covered in pepper (and possibly a very sneezy pet).
Don't blame the trees in the backyard for sneezy symptoms, said Dave Gamstetter, a natural resource manager for the Cincinnati Park Board.
Cat dander is the only thing which makes me have terrible trouble breathing – my lungs, throat, I get itchy, sneezy, wheezy … and only seems worse, not better, with time around cats.
There's no objective way to assess whether something makes someone feel less congested or sneezy, Taylor says.
Here are some tips to help relieve your worry — and their itchy, sneezy, watery symptoms.
Here are some tips to help relieve your worry—and their itchy, sneezy, watery symptoms.
Actually, the German sneezy response is “gesundheit,” which wishes the sneezer good health.
The other stages consist of sleepy, sneezy, bashful and finally, acceptance.
I opened the window, put my face close to the sneezy mesh of the screen.
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