[snoh-kwol-mee] /snoʊˈkwɒl mi/
falls of the Snoqualmie River, in W Washington. 270 feet (82 meters) high.
verb (used without object), snored, snoring. 1. to breathe during sleep with hoarse or harsh sounds caused by the vibrating of the soft palate. verb (used with object), snored, snoring. 2. to pass (time) in snoring or sleeping (usually followed by away or out): to snore the day away. noun 3. the act, instance, or […]
noun 1. the sport of swimming with a snorkel and face mask. noun 1. Also called, British, snort. a device permitting a submarine to remain submerged for prolonged periods, consisting of tubes extended above the surface of the water to take in air for the diesel engine and for general ventilation and to discharge exhaust […]
- Snorri Sturluson
[snor-ree stœr-luh-son; English snawr-ee stur-luh-suh n] /ˈsnɒr ri ˈstœr lə sɒn; English ˈsnɔr i ˈstɜr lə sən/ noun 1. 1179–1241, Icelandic historian and poet. Snorri Sturluson /ˈsnɔːrɪ ˈstɜːləsən/ noun 1. 1179–1241, Icelandic historian and poet; author of Younger or Prose Edda (?1222), containing a collection of Norse myths and a treatise on poetry, and the […]
verb (used without object) 1. (of animals) to force the breath violently through the nostrils with a loud, harsh sound: The spirited horse snorted and shied at the train. 2. (of persons) to express contempt, indignation, etc., by a similar sound. 3. Slang. to take a drug by inhaling. verb (used with object) 4. to […]