Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who snuffles. see snuffle, v.
- n. One who makes a pretentious assumption of religion; a religious canter.
- n. One who snuffles.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who snuffles; one who uses cant.
- n. a person who breathes noisily (as through a nose blocked by mucus)
- snuffle + -er (Wiktionary)
“Born sighed, put the snuffler down and stood up, stretching cramped muscles.”
“His knife was close to his right hand, the snuffler ready at his feet.”
“Taking a deep breath and wishing for a more stable footing, he lined up the end of the snuffler with the skull of the demon, a difficult target that was bobbing and weaving on a long flexible neck.”
“The compressed gas was further compressed by the narrowing barrel of the snuffler.”
“Making his choice, Born slid the tip of the snuffler slightly in the grazer's direction.”
“Born eased it into the back of the snuffler, then latched the backblock in place.”
“When the shape became recognizable, Born retreated another meter into the forest and loaded the snuffler.”
“Back to the hiding place to retrieve the snuffler and sling it snugly across his back.”
“But his snuffler was gone; its restraining tie had snapped, sending it bouncing and spinning into the depths.”
“The hunter rose from his squatting position, holding his snuffler firmly.”
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