“I think he has a nice philosophical plan for the fiscal hereafter, two or three decades down the road,” Stockman sniffed.
Harold Bloom sniffed him away as “a minor novelist with a major style.”
“He does those Capital One commercials,” sniffed one Broadway producer and Tony voter.
And Harold Bloom sniffed him away as “a minor novelist with a major style.”
“Americans are inclined to look everywhere but under their noses for art,” he sniffed.
I dont know where she expects to find her talent, sniffed Agnes.
He sniffed the stale fragrance and was satisfied that this was a room which was lived in.
She sighed with satisfaction, looked wistfully at the coffeepot simmering, sniffed at the biscuits and sizzling ham.
He sniffed and snorted, and began to tear at the obstacles that blocked the crevice.
When the cowboy opened the corral gate, Beauty, the cow, rushed into the corral and sniffed the ground suspiciously.
To inhale a narcotic powder; snort (1920s+ Narcotics)