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snort

  

      vb  
1    intr   to exhale forcibly through the nostrils, making a characteristic noise  
2    intr   (of a person) to express contempt or annoyance by such an exhalation  
3    tr   to utter in a contemptuous or annoyed manner  
4    Slang   to inhale (a powdered drug) through the nostrils  
      n  
5    a forcible exhalation of air through the nostrils, esp. (of persons) as a noise of contempt or annoyance  
6    Slang   an instance of snorting a drug  
7      (Also called)    snorter         
Slang   a short drink, esp. an alcoholic one  
8    Slang   the snorkel on a submarine  
     (C14 snorten; probably related to snoren to snore)  
  snorting      n, adj  
  snortingly      adv  
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snort  
      vb  
1    intr   to exhale forcibly through the nostrils, making a characteristic noise  
2    intr   (of a person) to express contempt or annoyance by such an exhalation  
3    tr   to utter in a contemptuous or annoyed manner  
4    Slang   to inhale (a powdered drug) through the nostrils  
      n  
5    a forcible exhalation of air through the nostrils, esp. (of persons) as a noise of contempt or annoyance  
6    Slang   an instance of snorting a drug  
7      (Also called)    snorter         
Slang   a short drink, esp. an alcoholic one  
8    Slang   the snorkel on a submarine  
     (C14 snorten; probably related to snoren to snore)  
  snorting      n, adj  
  snortingly      adv  


snorter         
      n  
1    a person or animal that snorts  
2      (Brit)  
slang   something outstandingly impressive or difficult  
3      (Brit)  
slang   something or someone ridiculous  

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See also:

snorer, sorter, snort, snore

snorter n.
(british slang) "a strong drink" as in "i need a stiff whisky so pour me a real snorter", or (nautical slang) "a strong wind".
Slang

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