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  • noun Plural form of snore.

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Examples

  • 'It may be laid down as an axiom,' continued the Irishman, gravely, 'that the man who snores is sure to disturb somebody; and also that the man who doesn't snore till he dies, is not likely to live to be a snoring ghost when he is dead.'

    Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances

  • After dinner he usually “rested,” and his snores were a cause of annoyance to the whole household.

    The Wife

  • He sleeps at my bedroom door and snores so loudly that he sometimes wakes me up and I have to get up and roll him over!

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery

  • Wasn't easy ... leaving the house and hearing Tyler say "kick some ass, honey" as he rolls over in bed and snores.

    Archive 2009-04-05

  • My brother in the next room snores softly, insistently.

    Saul Bellow's widow on his life and letters: 'His gift was to love and be loved'

  • Under the pitch atmosphere and how Pierrot crept into the forest with a frying pan and a potato sack, the snores of Pierrots whistling in his wake.

    The Clown Show

  • By contrast, a book about the inside debates and deliberations in a White House over a job or health care bill or a foreign policy issue is guaranteed to draw snores from the public and gather dust on bookstore shelves.

    Earl Ofari Hutchinson: Dumping on The Obamas

  • Wasn't easy ... leaving the house and hearing Tyler say "kick some ass, honey" as he rolls over in bed and snores.

    Stuff My Wife Posts on the CrossFit Blog That Disturbs Me

  • OK, so I guess we tested the waters with a "float" about deep-sixing the Public Option and it met with howls of protest from Democrats and snores from Republicans.

    Sebelius reiterates support for public health option

  • Long nights now camped in clearings, long nights recollecting the company of animals, the snores and howling of brown bears and basset hounds, caged and shackled, leashed and sedated.

    The Clown Show

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