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For Philos touched his hands together-and then Philos was gone! and instead someone else stood there, resplendent in deep navy with a high collar which excellently framed his rather long face, with well-fitting trunks with a nicely-draped apron hi front of them, with very handsome shoes, and even with the bare shoulders which surmounted the full jacket, and the silly black ball hobbling on its head, the figure was a pretty snorky one.
(That could also help you emend - that is right, not amend - your snorky BHO comments)
MOOS: The snorky dare we say slight envious attitude even into the plastered on a McCain campaign press credentials.
Sorry if I seem a little snorky from time to time, but I've never had a partner before.
Little Myth Marker Asprin, Robert 1985
"What! them snorky bill birds?" said Billy, alluding to the hornbills.
Mother Carey's Chicken Her Voyage to the Unknown Isle George Manville Fenn 1870