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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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He said Snuffles was perfect and everything he was looking for.
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There are even warm mulled wines and hot toddies to keep colds and snuffles at bay.
The presence of the guests, their joy, their smiles and snuffles, stamp the day as a rite of passage.
When George Hearn sang "Silence" at the end of Act II, you could hear twenty different and distinct snuffles from the seats around you, and it wasn't backers mourning their investment.
Colds, flu and the spring-time snuffles have resulted in many being bedridden and taking time off work, prompting health officials to issue advice to those suffering.
SNUFFLES the double-nosed dog's bid to find a loving owner continues - after the latest attempt to rehome him fell through.