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  • verb Present participle of snooze.

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Examples

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  • In recent entries, she replies to bigots re: gay marriage and recalls snoozing next to

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  • In recent entries, she replies to bigots re: gay marriage and recalls snoozing next to

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  • I read that as "snoozing" and thought, hmm...that doesn't sound like the Swancon I know and love!

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  • Abedian said government "snoozing" had resulted in their being unable to keep up with the pace of financial developments.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Joe Bradly finds a beautiful stranger "snoozing" on a public street in Rome.

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  • Also, we had a thing -- I touched upon last week, it was the sleepy guest from MIT, the gentleman who was kind of snoozing during the interview.

    CNN Transcript Jun 2, 2006

  • A staff report prepared for commissioners to debate Wednesday recommends creation of a customer service advisory panel to help, including dealing with issues such as snoozing ticket-takers, delays caused by drivers making unreasonable stops to perform personal errands and other faux pas.

    Toronto Sun

  • There are a few others though, such as snoozing reminders, tasks.

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  • "snoozing" as he sometimes gravely called it, instead of listening to the music.

    Aunt Jane's Nieces Abroad

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