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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of snore.

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Examples

  • Whether he would have eventually snored is not known, for not more than a quarter of an hour afterwards the butler roused him with the magic words:

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  • When one didn't present itself, she shook my feet, hoping to wake me up, but I ignored her and "snored" more loudly.

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  • When one didn't present itself, she shook my feet, hoping to wake me up, but I ignored her and "snored" more loudly.

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  • And thus as she attempted to please him, she also tried to make sure that, when he was finished, she would be able gently to turn away from him and face the dark alone as he slept and snored.

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  • Jake was stretched out on the couch, mouth open as he snored, with the TV projecting shadows across the room.

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  • Of the hated President Coolidge he wrote, "at least Nero fiddled, Coolidge snored".

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  • He snored like thunder, and his mouth hung open with a trickle of drool running down one cheek.

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  • Last time we snored Bush and CHeney caused the biggest mess this nation ever seen while the republicans watched quietly.

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  • Her taller, more attractive companion Oranges? snored softly, legs curled awkwardly to keep them from dangling off the edge of the circular sofa upon which she lay.

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  • Jake was stretched out on the couch, mouth open as he snored, with the TV projecting shadows across the room.

    Mercy Kill

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