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Definition of Snuffle

  • To speak through the nose; to breathe through the nose when it is obstructed, so as to make a broken sound.
  • The act of snuffing; a sound made by the air passing through the nose when obstructed.
  • An affected nasal twang; hence, cant; hypocrisy.
  • Obstruction of the nose by mucus; nasal catarrh of infants or children.
  • the act of breathing heavily through the nose (as when the nose is congested)
  • cry or whine with snuffling
  • snuff up mucus through the nose
  • sniff or smell inquiringly

How to use snuffle in a sentence. Snuffle pronunciation.

Here Bugsey and Tommy and Patsey and Danny, here's five cents a piece for ye to go and buy what ye like, but don't ye buy anything to ate, for ye'll not need it, but yez can buy hankies, any kind ye like, ye'll need them now the winter's comin' on, and yez'll be havin' the snuffles.
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But the flock sat on, divinely flustered, Sniffing, methought, its dew of Hermon With such content in every snuffle, As the devil inside us loves to ruffle.
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He is one of those who, when, he sneezes, imagines that the earth is shaken, to her foundations; and when he snuffles, that all the angels in heaven drop on their knees to pray for him.
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But when he begins to put on a long face, and snuffle, and quote Scripture, I incline to think he isn't much better than he should be.
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Both, from long habit rather than from any cause or reason, were of a querulous cast, and her ordinary tone was a snuffle expressive of deep-seated affliction.
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The persecutions of the Middle Ages compelled them to wear rags, to snuffle and whine and groan over their poverty in self-defence, till the habits induced by the necessities of other times have come to be, as usual, instinctive, a racial defect.
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I mean to say, when they snift they snift, and when they snuffle they-as it were-snuffle.
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If you want to snuffle, go and snuffle on deck.
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Anyway, she sorta nodded at me and pretty soon begun to snuffle and look for her handkerchief.
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Storthing, Lagthing. nose, n. snout, nozzle, spout, proboscis, muzzle. nose, n. Associated Words: nasal, rhinal, rhinology, rhinoplasty, coryza, aquiline, simous, retroussé, pug, snuff, snuffle, vomer, nostril, nasalize, nasalization, nasiform, polypus, vibrissa, grogblossom, rosedrop, snivel, rhinitis, rhinolith, septum. nosebleeding, n. epistaxis. nostalgia, n. homesickness. notable, a. noticeable, conspicuous, plain, evident; signal, remarkable, famous. notch, v. nick, score, indent, crenellate.
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Its snuffle was consequential and its sneeze oracular.
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Billie has a fever and headache, and he snuffles something terrible.
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Examples of Snuffle

Example #1
Now ma, you sit down, me and Mary'll git along.
Example #2
Two hours later the Watson family sat down to supper, not in sections, but the whole family.
Example #3
My old fat woman purred with pleasure, And thumb round thumb went twirling faster, While she, to his periods keeping measure, Maternally devoured the pastor.
Example #4
The man with the handkerchief untied it, Showed us a horrible wen inside it, Gave his eyelids yet another screwing, And rocked himself as the woman was doing.
Example #5
With some trouble, I prevailed upon him to give me one hour wherein to make some change in my dress.
Example #6
I have accomplished the change in fifteen minutes, and the remainder of the hour I come to spend with you.