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schnüffeln

glagol

1. sleuthing

glagol

2. sniff

glagol

Sinonimi: whiff | sniffle

1. To draw air audibly up the nose; SYN. whiff.
2. To inhale audibly; SYN. sniffle.

3. sniffle

glagol

ETYM Freq. of sniff. Related to Snivel.
To take an audible breath through the nose, as if to clear it of mucus, especially when crying.

4. snoop

glagol

To look or pry especially in a sneaking or meddlesome manner

5. snuff

glagol

Sinonimi: snuffle

ETYM Akin to Dutch snuffen, German schnupfen, schnuppen, to snuff, schnupfen a cold in the head, schnuppen to snuff (air), also, to snuff (a candle). Related to Sniff, Snout, Snub.
To sniff or smell inquiringly; SYN. snuffle.
Finely powdered tobacco for sniffing up the nostrils (or sometimes chewed or rubbed on the gums) as a stimulant or sedative. Snuff taking was common in 17th-century England and the Netherlands, and spread in the 18th century to other parts of Europe, but was largely superseded by cigarette smoking.

6. snuffle

glagol

Sinonimi: snivel

To snuff up mucus through the nose; SYN. snivel.

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