Sniffle

Snif'fle intransitive verb [ Freq. of sniff . See Snivel .] To snuffle, as one does with a catarrh. [ Prov. Eng.]
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sniffle

blub verb cry or whine with snuffling; `Stop snivelling--you got yourself into this mess!`
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Sniffle

• (v. i.) To snuffle, as one does with a catarrh.
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Sniffle

A sniffle is the reflex action of inhaling quickly to prevent mucus from flowing from one`s nose, as an alternative to blowing the nose. ==Physiology== For a fraction of a second, the performer inhales strongly, pulling mucus from the outer part of the nasal cavity higher up, even into the sinus. This action is generally repeated every few second....
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