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- v. Present participle of snuffle.
- n. A breathy noise; a snuffle
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- adj. liable to sniffle
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Snuffler, Snuffy or Snuff for the nose and the 'snuffling' he'll do finding those birds!
This shape was tubby and it made a kind of snuffling as it waddled along.
“She was kind of snuffling and sulking, but she said goodbye pleasant.”
Chabon is a certified master of the language, taking the reader on sweeps and bounds through imagery set at a new level: “Thunder harried the building like a hound, brushing its crackling coat against the spandrels and mullions, snuffling all the windowpanes.”
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Don't get me wrong, I am a breast-feeding advocate and will probably continue with it until things get awkward, but something about a group of babies scarfing, snuffling, suckling and spitting up made me want to dry heave.
There was a snuffling sound and a sigh, and then a miniature chainsaw revving next to my ear.
A snuffling, rooting noise permeates the room; it's loud, but imperceptible to him over the valve's snap and whir.
At the deadest moment of the Depression a new strain of tenancy was established when at one point, arriving all within months of the first, a certain clannish rabble of snuffling, unsavory, lumpy-looking types took rooms of the cheapest sort.
Then he crawls into bed and we lean our foreheads together and after a while, I hear him being asleep, the soft snuffling sounds of his breathing, and the swish of his feet as they wiggle against the sheets.
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