Snort sentence example

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  • Fred, who had been taking it all in, gave a snort of laughter.
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  • On entering the forest the horses began to snort and sweated visibly.
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  • "It's very nice of you," she said with an unladylike snort that made him grimace.
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  • Mary's laugh was more a snort.
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  • "Extend widely!" said Prince Andrew with an angry snort, when they had ridden past.
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  • In an attempt to calm his wife's progressive nervousness, and because he too felt like a snort, Dean broke out a jug of left over Christmas cheer.
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  • "Yes, ma'am," Jule said with a snort.
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  • "I don't see it," she said with a snort.
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  • Kiera gave an unladylike snort.
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  • Get smashed, drop a pill, smoke a joint, shoot up or snort a line; who 's to blame?
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  • The world of is littered with such stories of individuals who have spurned talent and stability to snort white powder up their nostrils.
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  • Whistler fans, on the other hand, will snort derisively.
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  • He read it thoroughly and, when he failed to find anything useful, discarded it with a loud snort of disgust.
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  • People who snort cocaine may develop frequent nosebleeds and even do permanent damage to the nasal tissues.
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  • Some people who abuse this drug chop up the pill and snort it through their nose.
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  • In fact, Taurus has a tendency to hang on to old hurts and will snort about them even years later.
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  • He's very impatient and will snort and stamp if kept waiting.
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  • "I'm a grown man, woman, I can take it," Jule said with a snort.
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  • "Wouldn't recommend Europe," Jule said with a snort.
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  • "I wouldn't make him a deal, and I'm his mate," she said with a snort.
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  • "Absolutely not," Gabriel said with a snort.
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  • "It was a bad one," he said with a snort.
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  • His short laugh was more a snort.
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  • The White God winked at him, and Darian resisted the urge to snort.
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  • She exhaled in a silent snort.
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  • "Women," he said with a snort.
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  • "If it were only that easy," Xander said with a snort.
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  • His laugh was more a snort.
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  • It seems Brunell burned a lot of bridges in the office and no one else wanted to buy him a send off snort.
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  • This adds support for IPX in snort signatures, which is kinda cute.
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  • derisive snort: ' I wouldn't believe what it says on one of those ' I can see him relax.
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  • This exhalation should come from the diaphragm and not be excessively noisy as in a grunt or a snort.
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  • snort a line; who's to blame?
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  • snort white powder up their nostrils.
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  • He gives a derisive snort: ' I wouldn't believe what it says on one of those ' I can see him relax.
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  • snort rules are explained in chapter seven, which also outlines the system for creating them.
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  • snort derisively.
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  • snort in amusement You say, " Not a chance.
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  • snort of laughter, particularly from boyfriend.
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  • snort of disgust.
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  • snort with laughter.
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  • The Cubans enraged at the lack of policing of the loose, began to snort their way upfield with some excellent driving mauls.
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  • To all of you who made me feel very welcome during my stay see you soon. snort a toffee vodka for me.
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  • Snort rules are explained in chapter seven, which also outlines the system for creating them.
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  • You snort in amusement You say, Not a chance.
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  • Overall impression was fab despite odd snort of laughter, particularly from boyfriend.
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  • He speaks hesitantly, breaking off to ask aides for particular words in English or to snort with laughter.
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  • "I take it now's the time," Damian said with a snort.
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  • "Yeah," Gabriel said with a snort.
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  • "Thanks," he said with a snort.
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  • "A battle," Gabriel said with a snort.
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  • "A baby one," he said with a snort.
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  • "I'm not saying she didn't try," Dan said with a snort.
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  • "Only time in history," the PMF solider said with a snort.
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  • "Oh dear god," Dan said with a snort.
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  • "I keep him occupied with assignments I tell him are important," Darian said with a snort.
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  • "Your brother-in-law's the Black God," Damian said with a snort.
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  • So, with a snort and a neigh and a whisk of his short tail he trotted off the roof into the air and at once began floating downward to the street.
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  • When I took the teacher's advice, the horse would whinny and snort in protest after a while (I assume I WAS injuring him), but using the above strategy, I never heard a peep out of him.
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  • Standing "tall" at 27 inches, you can use his accompanying remote control to make Spike growl, snort, light up and roar.
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  • Just as horses shy and snort and gather about a dead horse, so the inmates of the house and strangers crowded into the drawing room round the coffin--the Marshal, the village Elder, peasant women--and all with fixed and frightened eyes, crossing themselves, bowed and kissed the old prince's cold and stiffened hand.
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