Did you by any chance mean slothful?
- snoot + -ful (Wiktionary)
“While Dr. Hinkle admits he has barely scratched the surface in his article, yet in "Street-Language Naming Practices in the Hispanic Dr.g and Underworld Subcultures," he goes into great detail and tells us quite a bit (e.g., that a snort of cocaine is called a narizón, from the Spanish nariz, ` nose, 'which compares to English slang' snootful ').”
“I am getting a stiff breeze and a snootful of hypocrisy here by the spinmeisters of hypocrisy.”
“People began peeling off rolls of bills to pay and slipping little packets into their purses and pockets and then sliding off to the toilets to snort the first snootful.”
“And armor will only make things worse—imagine being stuck inside a wee metal cabin with a snootful of spices!”
“Snow, slush, and just enough ice made it challenging to rein in a sixty-pound critter intent on a snootful of spring.”
“Added to my frustration was the snootful of Adam Nagourney concern trolling in the IHT about why Obama can't get above 50%.”
“I don't think that's going to have any effect, though, because people seem to be getting a real snootful of the grumpy old man at the top of the ticket.”
“In the same way that breathing in a snootful of ammonia will take your breath away as well.”
“No. Those stories about him groping women barely made a blip on the national media screen, but if he were Veep choice, we'd get a snootful of them, no doubt, taking the spotlight off Obama.”
“I think it was a snootful of some pollen or another.”
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