/ ˈsnɪfəlz /

plural noun

  1. the sniffles
    a cold in the head
  2. the sniffling that sometimes accompanies weeping or prolonged crying

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Example Sentences

Usually they trade sniffles and exaggerated stories of late night derring-do; now they are exchanging enterovirus EV-68.

He was offered a tissue for his sniffles and he wiped his nose and eyes.

Is you able, Jehoshaphat, t have the doctor from Sniffles Arm for your woman!

Which instigates the moral reflection that life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating.

This made her redder yet, and jest at this point Elder Sniffles came along.

I guess if Elder Sniffles had heerd her rave and tare as I did, he would think her piety warn't very deep.

Elder Sniffles says no one must leave for any other reason, for that would bring down odium on the great cause.





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