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SNORT is an all-volunteer registered 501(c)3 non-profit rescue based in the Northeast. Our mission is to rescue brachycephalic dogs (mostly French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, Pugs, and English Bulldogs) from shelters and owners who can no longer keep them, and place them into loving homes. SNORT is an all-volunteer rescue based in the Northeast, founded in early 2011. We rescue, rehabilitate, and place brachycephalic or 'short-nosed' dogs into loving forever homes. 23 synonyms of snort from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 10 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for snort. Snort: a vocal sound made to express scorn or disapproval. Snort definition is - to force air violently through the nose with a rough harsh sound. How to use snort in a sentence.


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snort

(snôrt)n.1.
a. A rough, noisy sound made by breathing forcefully through the nostrils, as a horse or pig does.
2. Slang
a. A drink of liquor, especially when swallowed in one gulp.
b. Cocaine or heroin, especially a small amount sniffed at one time.
v.snort·ed, snort·ing, snorts
v.intr.1.
a. To breathe noisily and forcefully through the nostrils.
b. To make a sound resembling noisy exhalation: 'The wind snorted across the Kansas plains'(Gail Sheehy).
2. To make an abrupt noise expressive of scorn, ridicule, or contempt.
3. To ingest a drug, such as cocaine or heroin, by sniffing.

Snort Ids

v.tr.
1. To express by snorting: He snorted his disapproval.
[From Middle English snorten, to snort, from fnorten, variant of fnoren; see snore.]
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snort

(snɔːt) vbSnort synonyms
1. (Physiology) (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. (Recreational Drugs) 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. (Recreational Drugs) slang an instance of snorting a drug
7. (Brewing) slang Also called: snorter a short drink, esp an alcoholic one
8. (Nautical Terms) slang the snorkel on a submarine
[C14 snorten; probably related to snoren to snore]
ˈsnortinglyadv
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014

snort

(snɔrt)
v.i.
1. to force the breath violently through the nostrils with a loud, harsh sound, as a horse.
2. (of persons) to express contempt, indignation, etc., by a snort.
3. to make sounds resembling snorts: The engine snorted.
v.t.
5. to utter with a snort.
6. to expel (air, sound, etc.) by or as if by snorting.
7. Slang. to take (a drug) by inhaling: to snort cocaine.
n.
9. Slang. a quick drink of liquor; shot.
10. Slang.
a. an act or instance of taking a drug by inhalation.
[1325–75; Middle English (v.); probably akin to snore]
Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved.

snort

  • chortle - Probably a blend of chuckle and snort, coined by Lewis Carroll.
  • frump - Also means a snort or a sneer or jeer.
  • snore, snort - Like snort, which originally meant 'snore,' snore is from a Germanic base imitative of the sound.
  • whoofle - To snort, gurgle, or snuffle.
Farlex Trivia Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.

snort


Past participle: snorted
Gerund: snorting
Imperative
snort
snort
Present
I snort
you snort
he/she/it snorts
we snort
you snort
they snort
Preterite
I snorted
you snorted
he/she/it snorted
we snorted
you snorted
they snorted
Present Continuous
I am snorting
you are snorting
he/she/it is snorting
we are snorting
you are snorting
they are snorting
Present Perfect
I have snorted
you have snorted
he/she/it has snorted
we have snorted
you have snorted
they have snorted
Past Continuous
I was snorting
you were snorting
he/she/it was snorting
we were snorting
you were snorting
they were snorting
Past Perfect
I had snorted
you had snorted
he/she/it had snorted
we had snorted
you had snorted
they had snorted
Future
I will snort
you will snort
he/she/it will snort
we will snort
you will snort
they will snort
Future Perfect
I will have snorted
you will have snorted
he/she/it will have snorted
we will have snorted
you will have snorted
they will have snorted
Future Continuous
I will be snorting
you will be snorting
he/she/it will be snorting
we will be snorting
you will be snorting
they will be snorting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snorting
you have been snorting
he/she/it has been snorting
we have been snorting
you have been snorting
they have been snorting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snorting
you will have been snorting
he/she/it will have been snorting
we will have been snorting
you will have been snorting
they will have been snorting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snorting
you had been snorting
he/she/it had been snorting
we had been snorting
you had been snorting
they had been snorting
Conditional
I would snort
you would snort
he/she/it would snort
we would snort
you would snort
they would snort
Past Conditional
I would have snorted
you would have snorted
he/she/it would have snorted
we would have snorted
you would have snorted
they would have snorted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Noun1.snort - a disrespectful laugh
snicker, snigger
2.snort - a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
boo, Bronx cheer, razz, razzing, hiss, hoot, raspberry, bird
cry, outcry, shout, vociferation, yell, call - a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition; 'the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience'
Verb1.snort - indicate contempt by breathing noisily and forcefully through the nose; 'she snorted her disapproval of the proposed bridegroom'
let loose, let out, utter, emit - express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); 'She let out a big heavy sigh'; 'He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand'
2.snort - make a snorting sound by exhaling hard; 'The critic snorted contemptuously'
breathe out, exhale, expire - expel air; 'Exhale when you lift the weight'
3.snort - inhale recreational drugs; 'The addict was snorting cocaine almost every day'; 'the kids were huffing glue'
breathe in, inhale, inspire - draw in (air); 'Inhale deeply'; 'inhale the fresh mountain air'; 'The patient has trouble inspiring'; 'The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well'
4.snort - inhale through the nose
do drugs, drug - use recreational drugs
Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.

snort

nounSlang. A small amount of liquor:
Informal: nip, slug.
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نَخْريَنْخُرُ لِيُعَبِّرُ عن شُعورِهيَنْخُرُ، يَنْخُفُ
fnysefnysenprusteprusten
fnæsahnusshnussa
prunkštelėtiprunkštiprunkštimas
iespurgtiesnosprauslātiessprauslāšanasprauslātspurdziens
fŕkaťodfukovanie
homurdanmakhomurtuhoruldamak

snort

[snɔːt]A.NSnort
1. [of horse, person] → resoplidom, bufidom
with a snort of ragecon un bufido (de enojo)
2. [of whisky etc] → tragom; [of cocaine etc] → esnifem
B.VI

Snort Rescue

1. [horse, person] → resoplar, bufar
he snorted with anger
he snorted with impatience
C.VT
1. (= say) → bufar
'no!' he snorted-¡no! -bufó él
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

snort

[ˈsnɔːrt]vi
[horse] → renâcler; [pig] → grogner
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

snort

nSchnaubennt no pl; (of person also)Prustennt no pl; (of boar)Grunzennt no pl; with a snort of ragewutschnaubend; he gave a snort of contempt/rageer schnaubteverächtlich/vor Wut; to give a snort of laughterlosprusten
vischnauben; (person also)prusten; (boar)grunzen
vt
drugssniffen(sl)
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

snort

[snɔːt]
2.vi (horse, person) → sbuffare
to snort with laughter → soffocare dalle risate
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

snort

(Snortsnoːt) verb
1. (usually of animals) to force air noisily through the nostrils, breathing either in or out. The horses snorted impatiently. snuiwe يَنْخُرُ، يَنْخُفُ пръхтя resfolegar frkat schnauben pruste ρουθουνίζω, ξεφυσώ resoplar, bufar korskama فين كردن korskua renâcler לִנחוֹר फुफकारना dahtati, frktati (fel)horkan mendengus fnæsa sbuffare, soffiare 鼻を鳴らす (동물 등이) 코로 소리를 내며 숨쉬다 prunkšti sprauslāt mendengus snuivensnøfte, pruste, fnyse parskać خريدل (لكه داّس resfolegar a (s)forăi храпеть fŕkať prhati frktati fnysa, frusta เป่าลมออกทางจมูกอย่างแรง horuldamak (動物)噴鼻息 хропти غصے میں فوں فاں کرنا thở phì phì (动物)喷鼻息
2. (of people) to make a similar noise, showing disapproval, anger, contempt, amusement etc. She snorted at the very suggestion that she was tired. snork يَنْخُرُ لِيُعَبِّرُ عن شُعورِه сумтя bufar supět schnauben fnyse καγχάζωresoplar, bufar turtsatama با صداي فين عصبانيت خود را نشان دادن tuhahtaa grogner לְהַשמִיעַ נְחִירָה फटफटाना prezirno puhati, otpuhnuti prüszköl mendengus hnussa sbuffare, brontolare 鼻先であしらう (사람이) 콧방귀를 귀다 prunkštelėti nosprauslāties; iespurgties mendengus snuivenfnyse żachnąć się يو ږغ پورته كول د خپل عصبانيت ښودلو لپاره bufar a pufni фыркать fučať, dychčať puhati frktati fnysa, frusta ส่งเสียงออกทางจมูก homurdanmak 輕蔑(或憤怒)發出哼聲 пирхати گستاخی ، غصے، نا اتفاقی میں فوں فاں کی آواز نکالنا khụt khịt mũi (表示不赞同、气愤、轻蔑或被逗乐等)喷鼻息,发哼声
noun
an act of snorting. a snort of impatience; She gave a snort of laughter. proes نَخْر сумтене bufo (od)frknutí das Schnauben prusten; fnysen ξεφύσημα, ήχος αποδοκιμασίας, καγχασμός resoplido turtsatus فين tuhahdus grognementנחירה फुफकार, फूत्कार frktanje felhorkanás dengusan hnuss sbuffo, lo sbuffare 鼻を鳴らすこと 콧방귀 prunkštimas sprauslāšana; spurdziens; spurgšana dengus gesnuiffnys, prusting parsknięcie, żachnięcie خرهار، خرخر bufo pufnitură храп; фырканье fučanie, odfukovanie puhanje frktanje fnysning, frustande การแสดงกิริยาเช่นนี้ homurtu 嗤之以鼻 пирхання; хропіння پھنپھناہٹ، فوں فاں tiếng, sự khịt mũi 嗤之以鼻
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snort

English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

snort

vt (cocaine, etc.) inhalar, esnifar (Ang), aspirar (cocaína, etc.)
English-Spanish/Spanish-English Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.

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