snort
I. verb Etymology: Middle English snorten, fnorten; akin to Old English fnora sneezing Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1. a. to force air violently through the nose with a rough harsh sound b. to express scorn, anger, indignation, or surprise by a snort 2. to emit explosive sounds resembling snorts 3. to take in a drug by inhalation transitive verb 1. to utter with or express by a snort 2. to expel or emit with or as if with snorts 3. to inhale (a drug in powdered form) through the nostrils II. noun Date: 1786 1. a drink of usually straight liquor taken in one draft 2. an act or sound of snorting

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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