Snuff

  • 1 Snuff — «Snuff» Сингл Slipknot c альбома «All Hope Is Gone» Выпущен September 28, 2009 Формат CD Записан February–June 2008 at Sound Farm in Jamaica, Iowa Жанр Alternative rock …

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  • 2 Snuff — Snuff, initialement appelé Slaughter, est un film gore américain, réalisé en 1976 par Michael et Roberta Findlay. Filmé en Amérique du Sud, le film dépeint les exactions d un culte d adeptes de Charles Manson et se termine par le meurtre d une… …

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  • 3 snuff´i|ly — snuff|y «SNUHF ee», adjective, snuff|i|er, snuff|i|est. 1. like snuff. 2. soiled or stained with snuff. 3. having the habit of using snuff …

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  • 4 snuff|y — «SNUHF ee», adjective, snuff|i|er, snuff|i|est. 1. like snuff. 2. soiled or stained with snuff. 3. having the habit of using snuff …

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  • 5 Snuff — Snuff, n. 1. The act of snuffing; perception by snuffing; a sniff. [1913 Webster] 2. Pulverized tobacco, etc., prepared to be taken into the nose; also, the amount taken at once. [1913 Webster] 3. Resentment, displeasure, or contempt, expressed… …

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  • 6 Snuff — Snuff, n. [Cf. G. schnuppe candle snuff, schnuppen to snuff a candle (see {Snuff}, v. t., to snuff a candle), or cf. {Snub}, v. t.] The part of a candle wick charred by the flame, whether burning or not. [1913 Webster] If the burning snuff… …

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  • 7 Snuff — Snuff, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Snuffed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Snuffing}.] [OE. snuffen. See {Snuff} of a candle {Snuff} to sniff.] To crop the snuff of, as a candle; to take off the end of the snuff of. [1913 Webster] {To snuff out}, to extinguish by… …

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  • 8 Snuff — ist ein englischer Begriff für Schnupftabak die Kurzform von Snuff Film oder Video der englische Name für den argentinischen Film El Ángel de la muerte der auf englisch Snuff hieß und als Begründer des Snuff Genre zählt. Siehe dazu auch: Big… …

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  • 9 snuff — snuff; snuff·i·ness; snuff·ing·ly; snuff·ish; snuff·less; snuff·er; …

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  • 10 snuff — Ⅰ. snuff [1] ► VERB 1) extinguish (a candle). 2) (snuff out) abruptly put an end to. 3) (snuff it) Brit. informal die. ► NOUN ▪ the charred part of a candle wick …

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  • 11 Snuff — Snuff, v. t.[Akin to D. snuffen, G. schnupfen, schnuppen, to snuff, schnupfen a cold in the head, schnuppen to snuff (air), also, to snuff (a candle). Cf. {Sniff}, {Snout}, {Snub}, v. i.] 1. To draw in, or to inhale, forcibly through the nose; to …

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  • 12 Snuff — Snuff, v. i. 1. To inhale air through the nose with violence or with noise, as do dogs and horses. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. To turn up the nose and inhale air, as an expression of contempt; hence, to take offense. [1913 Webster] Do the enemies… …

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  • 13 snuff — snuff1 [snuf] n. [ME < ?] the charred end of a candlewick vt. [ME snuffen < the n.] 1. to trim off the charred end of (a candlewick) 2. to put out (a candle) with snuffers or by pinching 3. Slang to kill; murder adj …

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  • 14 snuff|er — snuff|er1 «SNUHF uhr», noun. a person who snuffs, especially in disdain. snuff|er2 «SNUHF uhr», noun. 1. a person who snuffs (a light). 2. a) = snuffers. (Cf. ↑snuffers) b) a small cup, often coneshaped, with a long handle, used for putting out… …

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  • 15 Snuff — For other uses, see Snuff (disambiguation). Snuff is a product made from ground or pulverised tobacco leaves. It is an example of smokeless tobacco. It originated in the Americas and was in common use in Europe by the 17th century. In recent… …

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  • 16 snuff — snuff1 [snʌf] v [Sense: 1 2; Date: 1300 1400; Origin: snuff burned part of a used candle (14 19 centuries).] [Sense: 3; Date: 1500 1600; : Dutch; Origin: snuffen to sniff ] 1.) also snuff out [T] to stop a ↑can …

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  • 17 snuff — {{11}}snuff (n.) powdered tobacco to be inhaled, 1680s, from Du. or Flem. snuf, shortened form of snuftabak snuff tobacco, from snuffen to sniff, snuff (see SNUFF (Cf. snuff) (v.2)). The practice became fashionable in England c.1680. Snuff box is …

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  • 18 snuff — snuff1 snuffingly, adv. /snuf/, v.t. 1. to draw in through the nose by inhaling. 2. to perceive by or as by smelling; sniff. 3. to examine by smelling, as an animal does. v.i. 4. to draw air into the nostrils by inhaling, as to smell something;… …

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  • 19 snuff — snuff1 [ snʌf ] noun uncount tobacco in the form of a powder that you breathe in through your nose: SMOKELESS TOBACCO not up to snuff INFORMAL OLD FASHIONED 1. ) not as good as it should be 2. ) slightly sick snuff snuff 2 [ snʌf ] verb 1. )… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 snuff — English has three words snuff, all probably going back ultimately to a prehistoric Germanic base *snuf , imitative of the sound of drawing air noisily in through the nose. Snuff ‘powdered tobacco for inhaling’ [17] was borrowed from Dutch snuf.… …

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