Noun(1) a disrespectful laugh(2) a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
Verb(1) indicate contempt by breathing noisily and forcefully through the nose(2) make a snorting sound by exhaling hard(3) inhale recreational drugs(4) inhale through the nose
(1) A single snort of cocaine triggers a week-long surge of activity in the brain's addiction centre, scientists said yesterday.(2) Behind her, I hear a soft snort and look to see a second horse - this one a shaggy-coated white pony, a male.(3) Now it was my turn to make the snort of disbelief.(4) He could play for her any musical instrument, knew all music by heart, all birdsong, the purr, growl, snort , or whine of each and every animal.(5) Her eyes came to rest back on her own partner, and she suppressed a snort .(6) Adam gave a soft whistle as he entered the barn and was pleased to hear an answering snort from Sport.(7) The acknowledgment was merely a snort and some derisive laughter.(8) With a disgusted snort , Jack stormed out of the dining room.(9) she could hear the occasional snort of a pony(10) But instead, she had not even a disdainful snort to give.(11) Did anyone think that rather than snort coke she would sip cocoa?(12) Angela stifled a snort as she and Sara examined my fluffy pink bunny slippers.(13) a bottle of rum was opened and they took a good long snort(14) An incredulous snort came from Chris, and I gave him dirty look that silenced him up.(15) he gave a snort of disgust(16) On the other end of the line, I heard him suppress a snort .
(1) snort :: snort
1. huff ::
2. snicker ::
3. snigger ::
Different Formssnort, snorted, snorter, snorters, snorting, snorts
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