Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A euphemistic substitute for swear. See swan, swow.
“Lucy needs to learn about the drum-tummied snum and the the fluff-ruffled muffle!”
“I snum!" said Jim, wiping the wondering little face in a sort of fever of discovery and taking off color at every daub with the rag.”
“I snum! they buzz around that readin'-room for chances to read the papers like bees around a honey-pot.”
“Wal, I snum!" exclaimed Uncle Jason, still staring at the bit of paper, which was a Wells-Fargo express check for the sum named.”
“I snum! mebbe you're right," grunted Walky Dexter.”
“_ (His artillery now rumbling down the heights on the full gallop.) -- I snum, that's awful!”
“They didn't have anything to do but to look "picturesque" and say "I snum!" and "I swan to man!" and they could do that to the skipper's taste.”
“The half-breed skipper stood next to me, and I snum if you couldn't see him shrivel up like one of them things they call a sensitive plant.”
“You'll set down and have a bite with us, won't you, Mr. -- Major -- I snum I've forgot your name.”
“I snum I don't know what to make of him," declared Mr. Abijah”
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