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Synonyms for snort

a small amount of liquor

Synonyms for snort

a disrespectful laugh

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a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt

indicate contempt by breathing noisily and forcefully through the nose

make a snorting sound by exhaling hard

inhale recreational drugs

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inhale through the nose

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At the same time the Saw-Horse loudly snorted his derision; and even the Pumpkinhead put up his hand to hide the smile which, because it was carved upon his face, he could not change to a frown.
The Arab passed beneath the overhanging bough, there was a slight rustling of the leaves above, the horse snorted and plunged as a brown-skinned creature dropped upon its rump.
Suddenly her horse raised his head and snorted, and with a little cry of terror the girl sprang to her feet.
Higginbotham snorted, suddenly, in the silence for which his wife was responsible and which he resented.
If that brother of yours was worth his salt, he could take the wagon," he snorted.
He had dirty hands and dirty broken nails, and looked as if he had been in the coals; he was in a perspiration, and snorted and sniffed and puffed and blew, like a little labouring steam-engine.
You can't say, you know,' snorted Pancks, taking one of his dirty hands out of his rusty iron-grey pockets to bite his nails, if he could find any, and turning his beads of eyes upon his employer,
The old doe had a double white patch on her throat, and she always snorted, regardless of whether she caught me outdoors working in the yard or sitting in a treestand.
I snorted my Porsche, I snorted my plane, I snorted my house in that din of drugs and booze and being lost," the Telegraph quoted him as telling People mag.
Even when alone, male antelopes snorted when a human approached, suggesting that rather than being a warning to fellow antelopes, a true snort is directed at the predator itself.