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Synonyms for sniff

smell

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snuffle

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  • snuffle
  • intake of breath
  • quick inhalation

sniff around

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  • nose around
  • hunt around
  • see what you can find
  • search for clues

sniff something out: find

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to perceive with the olfactory sense

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sensing an odor by inhaling through the nose

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perceive by inhaling through the nose

inhale audibly through the nose

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Presented as part of the cinema's digital art's program, Pixel Palace, Sniff is also there to announce the arrival of a video galley in the building, which will open next year.
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Others have been sent to Korea to sniff out termites in wooden buildings.
The original pinpoint search, the drug dog's sniff, has built-in limits.
13) Since the Court has treated a traffic stop the same as it does a Terry stop (of a person on the street), (14) a traffic stop must meet the Terry criteria: The stop must be justified at its inception, as this stop clearly was, and any investigation must be "reasonably related in scope to the circumstances which justified the interference in the first place," (15) as the dog sniff clearly wasn't.
THE FIVE EPISODES ON "BOBBY'S WORLD: SCRATCH 'N' SNIFF EPISODES" BEGIN WITH "UNCLE TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE.
In only a few weeks, Aialik learned to stick his nose in the hole and sniff.
The aromas were selected based on trial and error, said Joe Culotta, president of Natural Medicine Company, Chicago, manufacturer of Sniff Away.
Among them: electronic "noses" to sniff out chemical contaminants in reclaim; long-fiber molded parts made with auto shredder waste and recycled carpets; the U.
People who sniff gas ought to know what can happen at any time.
A dog's sense of smell is at least 100 times more receptive than that of a person, thus its ability to sniff out explosives and avalanche victims.
2) Furthest from their mind is a concern that, in the absence of suspicion of criminal activity, a police dog will sniff the exterior of their vehicle in an effort to detect the presence of controlled substances.
Law enforcement officers use dogs to find people, clear buildings, sniff out bombs and to locate evidence or contraband.
Some parents say they started drinking again because their children sniff gas.
I didn't know what glue was, but I was bored with my life and a friend who has been living in the streets longer than me invited me to sniff it just for fun," he said.