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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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had been very withdrawn, but after a visit to the bathroom he walks up to a wholesome-looking gym rat wearing a button-down shirt, and the two become buds at once; both are snorters, or "tooters.
Jonnes also claims there are "two million cocaine addicts," including snorters and smokers.
Any investigation of truck drivers, stock traders, students and who knows what other group would surely turn up enough speedballers, pot smokers and coke snorters to swamp the judicial system.
Played out in blazing sunshine in September 2006, it had the lot: eight goals, a couple of them absolute snorters, and one of the best penalty misses (or should that be worst?
A one-week stay from December 2 in Courtyard Cottage costs pounds 895 (sleeps 4) or pounds 1,295 in Snorters (sleeps 8).
Operating at over 90mph, Tait had already got a couple of snorters to whizz past Vaughan's nose and in his second over managed to find the inside edge as the ball was chopped on to the stumps.
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service (IBTS) is turning away snorters of the drug believing infected blood could be passed from one user to another.
He hit two absolute snorters that day with his left foot, both from 25 yards.
The notices, as mentioned here recently, warn snorters that "we will eject anybody found in pairs in any toilets from the premises".
There was the voiced, song-like variety and the louder, un-voiced noises from the grunters and the snorters.
Long before celebrity chef Jamie Oliver pukka'd up to the camera and Beach Blanket Babylon watered and fed Notting Hill's young movers and snorters, Paradise By Way Of Kensal Green was putting West London on the groovy gastro map.
Fortunately for World War IPs short snorter set, and for WWII Americans in general, there was money to spare.