snorter


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someone who expresses contempt or indignation by uttering a snorting sound

something that is extraordinary or remarkable or prominent

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It seemed to date back to the 1920s, when airplane pilots ordered small drinks at the bar that they called "short snorts." A rookie pilot had to pay for the drinks unless he could prove he had been around a little while--that he was a "short snorter"--by producing a dollar bill signed by fellow pilots.
And with Nissan, Honda, Toyota and Mazda all lacking a credible supermini snorter, the CZT looks the hottest of the Japanese tots.
Perhaps you've heard of him: He's the confessed toker of dope and snorter of cocaine who has called for legalization of drugs.
Other comic almanacs appeared up to the outbreak of the Civil War: The Rip Snorter, Whim Whams, The Merry Elephant, and The Devil's Comical Texas Oldmanick.
Another snorter is the WAKEFIELD JARAMAN CHARDONNAY 2010 (RRP PS20.99, Oz Wines and ozwines.co.uk).
Virat Kohli got a bit of a send- off but things weren't too bad till the third wicket, of Murali Vijay, fell in the final session of play on Day 2 to snorter from Siddle.
Then the strongly-built Kleinveldt, who replaced the injured Vernon Philander, produced a snorter of a delivery to have Dean Brownlie caught behind off his gloves.
She nicked a pair of wind-up mechanical plastic feet for a girl named Snorter. Yes, that's the kind of people Clare went to school with.
Andrew Strauss received a snorter from Kemar Roach to go for just a single after England had bowled the Windies out for 345.
The good news for a confirmed snorter is that her feed will be spread out over three to four times a day, rather than her current daily ratio.
Swansea's defence was so dormant - apart from one snorter of an all-embracing tackle by James Goode on Gareth Bowen - Newport probably could not believe the wide-open spaces they were afforded on a perfect day for running rugby at St Helen's.
Kevin Nolan's first goal for the club and a real snorter from Ryan Taylor had Newcastle cruising by the 21-minute mark.
Both teams were woken by a minor fire in their hotel at 5.30am, but Jimmy Anyon didn't seem flustered as he produced a snorter to dismiss Michael Vaughan, lifting off a length and taking the edge of the bat, before ending Inzamam-ul-Haq's debut innings in similar fashion.
AT 190 metres long, the Celtic Gateway is just two metres snorter than the height of the iconic Gateway Arch in St Louis, Missouri - symbolising the opening-up of the American west from the Mississippi by the early pioneers.
And although we're in the middle of a belting World Cup and five weeks away from a domestic ball being kicked you just know this season's going to be an absolute snorter at the top.