sneeze


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Synonyms for sneeze

Synonyms for sneeze

exhale spasmodically, as when an irritant entered one's nose

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Fire Eater at first remained hard and cold as a piece of ice; but then, little by little, he softened and began to sneeze.
Fire Eater sneezes and forgives Pinocchio, who saves his friend, Harlequin, from death
He was a very loud and powerful sneezer at any time, and he had tried so hard to hold in this sneeze that when it suddenly exploded the result was terrible.
Perhaps they will never forget the Shaggy Man's awful sneeze, and I am sure they were all glad to see the meat people go away.
Any friend of Princess Ozma is always welcome here--unless he sneezes," said the Queen with a rather severe look at the Shaggy Man, who hung his head.
I knew your funny sneeze, and I guessed that you came to see how I did, though it is very late.
Utterly heedless of the wear and tear of her clothes and constitution, and adamant to her pathetic sneezes, Mr.
Bounderby extended his right hand to the weeping lady, and escorted her to the conveyance in question, shedding many plaintive sneezes by the way.
Centres for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC is out with a poster on Oct 27 saying that Ebola virus can spread through sneeze and cough droplets.
Professor Eccles, 66, who has been studying the common cold for more than 40 years, told the jury: "A typical sneeze lasts for up to three seconds.
The study revealed that the smaller droplets that emerge in a cough or sneeze may travel five to 200 times further than they would if those droplets simply moved as groups of unconnected particles.
Sneeze SOME have along build-up to it With others it arrives unannounced, Some try to mask things with their hands Others don't mind it being pronounced, Some emit it like a gunshot Like a crack of a high-powered rifle, Others squeeze the end of their nose In order the noise to stifle, With some it is a distinct two-stager With the 'Aah' split from the 'Tishoo', Others do it without a pause In one note, rather like a cow's 'moo', Some desperately search for a Kleenex Or a hanky to cover the roar, Then take them home to have them washed And replace with new out the drawer I wonder if your way of sneezing (Whichever you think most merited) Has been developed as you grew up Or was your style inherited?
Peter A: All guinea pigs sneeze occasionally, especially if they are exposed to dusty food or hay.
I tend to sneeze like a grenade went off inside my face; it's sudden, it's noisy, and it's extremely alarming.
She advised pilgrims to avoid people who cough and sneeze incessantly, have runny noses, and temperature over 38 degrees Celsius.