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- n. a person who sniffles
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Nautical, a capful of wind.
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- n. a person who breathes audibly through a congested nose
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Worked on book-y stuff in between making porridge and reading to the little sniffler and doing chores.
Loser of pet toads, sniffler, and klutz extraordinaire, Harry's Gryffindor classmate could be done in by his own sad Neville-ness.
• The New York Times found the only legal Mexican immigrant in San Antonio (kidding!) to create a tripartite sniffler about three sisters: Racquel (the legal one), Veronica (who lives “furtively”) and Irma (who moved home to Mexico).
Shelden is even sniffler about Crick, criticizing him for pedantry and impersonality, and pillorying his laborious method of marshaling often contradictory sources and refusing to adjudicate between them.
As the wan mother watched the end of the transaction which left the sniffler now quite consoled, in possession of the modest coin, she said naïvely –
As the wan mother watched the end of the transaction which left the sniffler now quite consoled, in possession of the modest coin, she said naïvely --
At length the sniffler reached us, and the sharp little vessel began to speak, as the rushing sound through the water is called; while the wind sang like an Eolian harp through the taut weather -- rigging.
But on this one day of the, it tilter do us all typographically rebelliously to embracement a cyanogen tautly and milage forgetfully how zealously we sniffler it eruditely in the us.
No, not my favorite band or anything, but this song is on the soundtrack to Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans; and contextually it’s a sniffler — scenario after scenario of people dying, and leaving loved ones behind.