snuffle


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Synonyms for snuffle

the act of breathing heavily through the nose (as when the nose is congested)

sniff or smell inquiringly

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snuff up mucus through the nose

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cry or whine with snuffling

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Snuffle mats are also useful for keeping your dog occupied during events when she might otherwise get fussy.
Snuffle Chicken Beer - PS2.99, Pets At Home I managed a sip of this and it reminded me of a cold, watered-down version of Bovril.
Bernstein arose out of a dispute between Daniel Bernstein and the State Department over the export of Bernstein's encryption system, "Snuffle 5.0."(8)0 Snuffle 5.0 is the source code for an encryption system written in "C," a high-level computer programming language.(9) When source code is converted into object code--a binary system consisting of a series of 0's and 1's--a computer can encrypt and decrypt information.(10) Nearly unbreakable encoding technology, such as Snuffle 5.0, is becoming more available and affordable, and law enforcement agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation are finding it much more difficult to employ old methods of surveillance.
The mouse that scurries 'skittle scattle scuttle' and the anteater that creeps 'prod, snuffle poke', the simple rhyming text bounds along with great energy over double page spreads.
TOP MAN: Solihull Borough midfielder Dean Peer hits the heights to snuffle out a dangerous attack from Leek Town.
The hungry hogs snuffle for ice cream inside discarded cartons and end up getting them stuck over their heads.
In May 1999, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled that University of Illinois professor Daniel Bernstein had a constitutional right to publish his encryption software, Snuffle, on the web.
A snuffle at the lips, a feather plume at the rear, the key in the nostrils' lock.
There was a little more rugby in the second period and George North finally had half an opening, the Blues were able to snuffle out the attack and when the Scarlets found space on the left, Thomas ruined it by hurling a wildly forward pass to the unmarked Liam Williams.
They are an outdoor breed and it''s planned to 'pig-proof'' an area of woodland at the back of Pockerley Old Hall so that they can happily snuffle and root about and where visitors will be able to watch their antics."
You had to have someone on guard just in case the kids down the road tried to snuffle some of your rubbish.
They will snuffle out wads of cash concealed in bags or in passengers' clothing when they arrive at rail stations in London.
The question before the court was whether preventing University of Illinois professor Daniel Bernstein from publishing his "Snuffle" software online was a violation of his First Amendment rights.
He had a bit of a snuffle and thought he might have flu.