verb (used without object), sneezed, sneezing.
to emit air or breath suddenly, forcibly, and audibly through the nose and mouth by involuntary, spasmodic action.
an act or sound of sneezing.
sneeze at, Informal. to treat with contempt; scorn:
$50,000 is nothing to sneeze at.
(intransitive) to expel air and nasal secretions from the nose involuntarily, esp as the result of irritation of the nasal mucous membrane
the act or sound of sneezing
v. sneezed, sneez·ing, sneez·es
To expel air forcibly from the mouth and nose in an explosive, spasmodic involuntary action resulting chiefly from irritation of the nasal mucous membrane. n.
The act or an instance of sneezing.
noun 1. a plastic or glass shield overhanging a salad bar, buffet, or the like to protect the food from contamination.
noun 1. any of several coarse composite plants of the genus Helenium, the flowers of which resemble sunflowers and cause sneezing.
noun 1. a tree, Ptaeroxylon utile, native to southern Africa: family Ptaeroxylaceae 2. the tough wood of this tree, which has a peppery smell and is used for bridges, piers, fencing posts, etc
noun 1. a composite plant, Achillea ptarmica, of Europe, the powdered leaves of which cause sneezing. noun 1. a Eurasian plant, Achillea ptarmica, having daisy-like flowers and long grey-green leaves, which cause sneezing when powdered: family Asteraceae (composites) See also yarrow