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  • Camel Snus (pronounced "snoose") will be test-marketed in Portland, Ore., and Austin, Texas, beginning by the end of June, the company said Thursday. (link) Seems like a good thing.

    From On High

  • Snus (pronounced "snoose") are teabag-like pouches that users stick between their cheek and gum.

    The Seattle Times

  • Our mother had given him a red coffee can for spitting snoose.

    Excerpt: The Plague of Doves by Louise Erdrich

  • So I was checking thru some old books and found the Kurt Cobain "Journals" hardback from a few years ago which document all Kurt's drawings, philosophies ( "he spat dark brown bubbling snoose from the dried veins of new age believers"), notes on hotel paper, t-shirt designs, album cover sketches, song lyrics, sickness, anger and that small thing that was Nirvana.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • I had known that he chewed, also that he had been too short of coin to bribe a second-year to buy him snoose in town.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • It was cheap, rough snoose, something a sheep farmer might chew.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • Imagine a lad of his age not knowing better than to swallow snoose. '

    Shaman's Crossing

  • "The squib comes as a quarter-cut hank, lightly rolled in payapaya, then tossed with oil of olay and calamine, and presented on a bed of chaff beans and snoose noodles."

    I'm A Stranger Here Myself

  • Could it even be possible, you wonder, that Diamond lives in the neighborhood, in one of those dreadfully dÉclassÉ little snoose-stained houses, and slips into the Thunderbird to use its pay phones?

    Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas

  • A party of white-haired, ruddy, snoose-dipping septuagenarians has assumed responsibility for feeding the jukebox.

    Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas


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  • Yah, it's Scandanavian snuff.

    July 12, 2007

  • Let loose a snoose?

    July 12, 2007

  • Nice word! But I think I'm going to sneeze.

    July 12, 2007