snore


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Synonyms for snore

the rattling noise produced when snoring

Related Words

the act of snoring or producing a snoring sound

breathe noisily during one's sleep

References in classic literature ?
My dear sister," said she, on the thousand-and-second night, (I quote the language of the "Isitsoornot" at this point, verbatim) "my dear sister," said she, "now that all this little difficulty about the bowstring has blown over, and that this odious tax is so happily repealed, I feel that I have been guilty of great indiscretion in withholding from you and the king (who I am sorry to say, snores -- a thing no gentleman would do) the full conclusion of Sinbad the sailor.
Madam raised her voice in saying this, and nodded significantly; but a mild snore from the other room seemed to assure her that it was a waste of shot to fire in that direction.
 is heard to snore, and every assassin is made a ghost and,
Some great scheme was evidently brewing in his mighty mind a trip across the Alps, a bonfire at Moscow, or a little skirmish at Waterloo perhaps, for he marched in silent majesty till suddenly a gentle snore disturbed the imperial reverie.
Having seen him sound asleep, and heard him snore most satisfactorily, and having further presided over the distribution of the toys, to the perfect contentment of all the little Kenwigses, Nicholas took his leave.
You keep your head under the leaves, and snore away there, till you know no more what's going on in the world, than if you were a bud
I noted the gurgling forefoot was very like a snore, and as I listened to it the effect of Wolf Larsen's swift rush from sublime exultation to despair slowly left me.
A slight snore was the only reply: the honest stockbroker was asleep, and so the rest of Joseph's story was lost for that day.
For the first instant Alexey Alexandrovitch seemed, as it were, appalled at his own snoring, and ceased; but after an interval of two breathings the snore sounded again, with a new tranquil rhythm.
Sparsit, 'I cannot say that I have heard him precisely snore, and therefore must not make that statement.
Bumble; 'and although I was NOT snoring, I shall snore, gape, sneeze, laugh, or cry, as the humour strikes me; such being my prerogative.
Tommy Brock's snores continued, grunty and regular from Mr.
Even his snores are more musical than those of other boys
A general silence prevailed--A silence, which was by nothing interrupted but by the loud and repeated snores of one of the Party.
In which D'Artagnan makes all Speed, Porthos snores, and Aramis counsels