OTHER WORDS FROM snifflesniffler, noun
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Those cases can be as modest as a few days of sniffles, but, in other circumstances, can spawn debilitating headaches and fatigue.They’re called mild cases. But people with breakthrough covid can still feel pretty sick.|Fenit Nirappil|August 31, 2021|Washington Post
Many infected kids get away with no symptoms, or with only a few sniffles.COVID-19 can infect kids — and risks sickening some severely|Tina Hesman Saey|August 24, 2021|Science News For Students
Surgical masks are a common part of life, and it’s normal for anyone with a mild sniffle to wear one to work or on public transport.Tokyo Was the First COVID-19 Olympics. It Won’t Be the Last|Amy Gunia|August 16, 2021|Time
Sulfites, which winemakers in the United States sometimes use to keep wine from spoiling, are often to blame for wine-induced sniffles.
The subway is far emptier, for one thing—and with the riders onboard almost universally wearing masks, the chorus of sniffles and coughs has been silenced.Should We Keep Wearing Masks Even After the Pandemic Ends?|Jamie Ducharme|April 2, 2021|Time
But no matter, we are allergic and getting more allergic, hear us roar (and sniffle and whine and hack).
Many sniffle and wheeze antidotes are in the list of the 100 most frequently prescribed medications in 2013.
Let's not have a sniffle," the chorus continues—"Let's have a bloody good cry.
The plate of meat was brought by Mary Jones with Gower beside her, and a sniffle of her happiness audible.
The strange young woman's avoidance of any popular sniffle of the pathetic had a recognized merit.
At the invitation both children threw themselves violently on Mary and clung to her, beginning to sniffle again.Mary Ware in Texas|Annie F. Johnston
It took the form of an unmistakable sniffle, and it somehow contrived to be indubitably and rather pitifully feminine.Little Miss Grouch|Samuel Hopkins Adams
At this moment a sound was heard on the other side of the door, something between a cry, a sniffle, and a sob.Fernley House|Laura E. Richards