verb (used without object), snuffled, snuffling.
to draw air into the nose for the purpose of smelling something; snuff.
to draw the breath or mucus through the nostrils in an audible or noisy manner; sniffle; snivel.
to speak through the nose or with a nasal twang.
to whine; snivel.
verb (used with object), snuffled, snuffling.
to utter in a snuffling or nasal tone.
an act or sound of snuffling.
snuffles, a condition of the nose, as from a cold, causing snuffling (usually preceded by the).
a nasal tone of voice.
(intransitive) to breathe noisily or with difficulty
to say or speak in a nasal tone
(intransitive) to snivel
an act or the sound of snuffling
a nasal tone or voice
the snuffles, a condition characterized by snuffling
snuffle snuf·fle (snŭf’əl)
v. snuf·fled, snuf·fling, snuf·fles
To breathe noisily, as through a blocked nose. n.
The act of snuffling.
snuffles Obstructed nasal respiration, especially in a newborn, sometimes due to congenital syphilis.
noun 1. Slang. a pornographic film that shows an actual murder of one of the performers, as at the end of a sadistic act. 2. splatter film. snubby
noun 1. the charred or partly consumed portion of a candlewick. 2. a thing of little or no value, especially if left over. verb (used with object) 3. to cut off or remove the snuff of (candles, tapers, etc.). Verb phrases 4. snuff out, to extinguish: to snuff out a candle. to suppress; crush: to […]
noun 1. a twig, stick, or brush used to apply snuff on the teeth or gums.
adjective, snuffier, snuffiest. 1. resembling snuff. 2. soiled with snuff. 3. given to the use of snuff. 4. having an unpleasant appearance. 5. having hurt feelings. 6. easily displeased. adjective snuffier, snuffiest 1. of, relating to, or resembling snuff 2. covered with or smelling of snuff 3. unpleasant; disagreeable snuff film