snuf

snuf·fler;
snuf·fli·ness;
snuf·fly;
snuf·fle;
snuf·fling·ly;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • snuffle — snuf•fle [[t]ˈsnʌf əl[/t]] v. fled, fling, n. 1) phl to draw air into the nose for the purpose of smelling something; snuff 2) phl to draw the breath or mucus through the nostrils in an audible or noisy manner; sniffle; snivel 3) to speak through …   From formal English to slang

  • snuffle — snuf|fle1 [ snʌfl ] verb intransitive to breathe noisily through your nose, for example because you are crying or you have a cold snuffle snuf|fle 2 [ snʌfl ] noun count a noisy breath through your nose …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • snuffbox — /snuf boks /, n. a box for holding snuff, esp. one small enough to be carried in the pocket. [1680 90; SNUFF1 + BOX1] * * * ▪ ornament box  small, usually ornamented box for holding snuff (a scented, powdered tobacco). The practice of sniffing or …   Universalium

  • snuffle — snuf|fle [ˈsnʌfəl] v [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from [i]Dutch snuffelen] to breathe noisily through your nose, sometimes because you are crying ▪ The little boys snuffled in their sleep …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • snuffle — snuf·fle …   English syllables

  • snuffler — snuf·fler …   English syllables

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