Definition of Snorter

1. Noun. Someone who expresses contempt or indignation by uttering a snorting sound.

Generic synonyms: Disagreeable Person, Unpleasant Person
Derivative terms: Snort, Snort



2. Noun. Something outstandingly difficult. "The problem was a real snorter"

3. Noun. Something that is extraordinary or remarkable or prominent. "The storm wasn't long but it was a snorter"
Generic synonyms: Thing

Definition of Snorter

1. n. One who snorts.

Definition of Snorter

1. Noun. One who snorts. ¹

2. Noun. (informal) something that is extraordinary or remarkable ¹

3. Noun. (UK informal) something that is extremely difficult ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Snorter

1. one that snorts [n -S] - See also: snorts

Medical Definition of Snorter

1. 1. One who snorts. 2. The wheather; so called from its cry. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snorter

snorkel
snorkel breather
snorkel diving
snorkeled
snorkeler
snorkelers
snorkeling
snorkelled
snorkeller
snorkellers
snorkelling
snorkels
snort
snortable
snorted
snorter (current term)
snorters
snortier
snortiest
snorting
snortingly
snortings
snortle
snortled
snortles
snortling
snorts
snorty
snot
snot-nose

Literary usage of Snorter

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1. Transatlantic Sketches, Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting Scenes in by James Edward Alexander (1833)
"A regular snorter—Female Foresters. —Pity the Rover's Bride A Jeremiad. — American Gold Mines.—Gold in Dust and Gold in Mass.—Smelting. ..."

2. Transatlantic Sketches, Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting Scenes in by James Edward Alexander (1833)
"Religion in Kentucky.—A Camp Meeting.—The Sink Hole. —A violent Quarrel.—A regular snorter Female Foresters. —Pity the Rover's Bride A Jeremiad. ..."

3. The Dragon, Image, and Demon: Or, The Three Religions of China by Hampden C. DuBose (1886)
"It is a " Vanity Fair," with stalls,for chinaware, booths for fancy articles, snorter and Blower. stands for toys, tables for confectionery, and cloths on ..."

4. Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed by John Sims (1833)
"ground, paler on the outside, nearly regular, five-lobed, lobes emarginate, the upper ones rather snorter and rather more reflected than the lower, ..."

5. Hand-book of Indian Flora: Being a Guide to All the Flowering Plants by Herber Drury (1866)
"Herbaceous, erect: stem acutely 4 -sided : leaves opposite, oblong or ovate-lanceolate, entire or serrated : pedicels snorter than the calyx : corolla ..."

6. A Hand-book on Christian Baptism by Richard Ingham (1871)
"... that the first and fundamental position taught in the snorter Catechism concerning baptism is this, that IT (as well as tho Lord's Supper) ' is an holy ..."

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