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- v. Present participle of snort.
- n. A snort sound or action.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of forcing the breath through the nose with violence and noise; the sound thus made.
- n. The act of snoring; the noise thus made.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an act of forcible exhalation
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You mean to tell me that snot snorting is not an Olympic sport?
Presently, her husband suddenly came in snorting, and said to her,
i have a the M. A.D calls version and the only luck i've had with it was for one reason or another i pissed off a doe she hoped the fence next door and came in snorting and all kinds of other wierd nosies she was looking for a fight so i but a slug behind her shoulder with my single shot 20ga. from around 45 yards.
All I could think at the time was just how miniature it looked in traffic; I recall snorting when I saw it next to a Prius.
The first includes what you might call the snorting bulls-grimacing maniacs with huge fastballs and merciless attitudes: Roger
Mer and I obviously frown upon the idea of snorting cocaine on an illegal tour of a prison and thus took no part in this immoral act however heard the coke wasn't that great anyhow.
Please, stop her before she recalls snorting huge rails off of Tiger.
Farther left there were seals kind of snorting to another one in the kelp.
Granted I did think it odd that he told me to smell it since if I did smell with too much vigor, I might inhale some but I managed to get a whiff without 'snorting' it.
And, as she spoke, George Mackintosh gave a kind of snorting groan and sat up.