verb (used without object), sneezed, sneez·ing.
Words nearby sneeze
Origin of sneeze
OTHER WORDS FROM sneezesneeze·less, adjectivesneez·er, nounsneez·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for sneeze
Will went on to say doctors believe a “sneeze or some cough” can spread Ebola.
It can spread through a sneeze, cough, sharing a beverage or speaking up close with someone who has the disease.
Brosseau said her views had nothing to do with Ebola spreading among the public at large through a sneeze or cough.
And our immune system, admirable and dedicated protector of our health, is making us sneeze our brains out.Blame Climate Change for Your Terrible Seasonal Allergies|Kent Sepkowitz|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
No one applauded–rare on a night when hands tend to clap after every cough and sneeze.
When she smiles all laugh; when she feels a cold in her head all sneeze.A Summer's Outing|Carter H. Harrison
Just at that moment—the unluckiest that could have been selected—he was seized with a strong inclination to sneeze.Try and Trust|Horatio Alger
The smoke and the soot tickled the boy's nostrils until it seemed to him that he must sneeze.Tom Strong, Lincoln's Scout|Alfred Bishop Mason
But they had no sooner come near the little person in the cotton night-cap than they themselves began to cough and sneeze.The Blue Bird for Children|Georgette Leblanc
The stone did, though, and hit Uncle Wiggily on the nose, making him sneeze.Uncle Wiggily's Adventures|Howard R. Garis