A quick glance—a sniff—is all it takes to acknowledge a wad.
In fact, he did sniff out the killer in Dexter... and he liked it.
If you have a Lab, sniff for yourself, you'll see I'm right.
Late in the afternoon, the day being warm, I raised the window again and leaned out to get a sniff of air.
The press is a fickle beast, and it has only just begun to sniff around Paul Ryan.
Seeing the high indifference of this small, bristling stranger, the ram stepped up and was just about to sniff at him inquiringly.
Where,” said Our Missis, glancing gloomily around, “is sniff?
Try a sniff—you'll know what it feels like to be old man Millinborn's heiress.
"It'll keep you pretty busy," he responded with a sniff of profound disapproval.
Surely it would do no harm if she took just one sniff at the cedar chest before she went away.
To inhale a narcotic powder; snort (1920s+ Narcotics)