Definition of Sniffling

1. Verb. (present participle of sniffle) ¹



2. Noun. A sniffle sound or action. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sniffling

1. sniffle [v] - See also: sniffle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sniffling

sniffily
sniffiness
sniffinesses
sniffing
sniffingly
sniffings
sniffish
sniffishly
sniffishness
sniffishnesses
sniffle
sniffled
sniffler
snifflers
sniffles
sniffling (current term)
snifflingly
snifflings
sniffly
sniffs
sniffy
snift
snifted
snifter
sniftered
snifters
sniftier
sniftiest
snifting
snifting valve

Literary usage of Sniffling

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bronchitis and kindred diseases by William Whitty Hall (1854)
"Thin in flesh, pain in side, sore throat, tightness across the breast, short breath, difficult to fetch a long breath, troublesome running and sniffling of ..."

2. The Gastineau Method: The Conversation Method for Speaking, Reading, and by Edmond Gastineau, Rudolf Tombo (1889)
"I am sniffling! Why are you sniffling ? I am not sniffling now. You are sniffling ! " etc., etc. ; or, of being entertained with such as the following, ..."

3. The Gastineau Method: The Conversation Method for Speaking, Reading, and by Edmond Gastineau, Rudolf Tombo (1889)
"I am sniffling! Why are you sniffling? I am not sniffling now. You are sniffling!'' etc., etc.; or, of being entertained with such us the following, ..."

4. The Gastineau Method: The Conversation Method for Speaking, Reading, and by Edmond Gastineau, Rudolf Tombo (1889)
"Why are you sniffling ? I am not sniffling now. \'ou are sniffling!" etc., etc.; or, of being entertained with such as the following, the source of which ..."

5. Poker Without Cards: A Consciousness Thriller by Ben Mack (2005)
"[sniffling] I could have insisted on spending more time. ... [sniffling] We're here. DR. WILLIAM FINK: I'm going to turn this off and give you a few minutes ..."

6. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1907)
"... those nasty-tempered, discontented Lions who are always thinking themselves injured ; large round tears were rolling down his nose and he was sniffling. ..."

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