verb (used without object), snuf·fled, snuf·fling.
verb (used with object), snuf·fled, snuf·fling.
Origin of snuffle
Related formssnuf·fler, nounsnuf·fling·ly, adverbsnuf·fly, adjective
Examples from the Web for snuffle
Heralded by the snuffle of the horses, light began glimmering over a chaos of lines and shadows, pale as mother-o'-pearl.Villa Rubein and Other Stories|John Galsworthy
No sound was heard but the snuffle that came from the plush arm-chair opposite, where Miss Pritchett was audibly weeping.A Lost Cause|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
Smoke: Snuffle the nose and raise the fingers of both hands several times, rubbing the fingers against each other.
All night long barbarian men harassed the ship; they came scuffling down the passages, and stopped to snuffle at her door.The Voyage Out|Virginia Woolf
If he snuffle at the nose, he must snuffle cheerfully and with hope.Hints to Pilgrims|Charles Stephen Brooks