- n the act of breathing heavily through the nose (as when the nose is congested)
- v cry or whine with snuffling
- v inhale audibly through the nose
- Demand is high: there's already a 15-month wait for the sniffle-proof kitties.
- With the cable news networks reporting nonstop on swine flu, it feels like the disease is lurking everywhere, and that your slightest sniffle is a sign that you've contracted the .
- That morning, the Senator had been dining in the Capitol with some Alabama reporters, and suddenly felt a sniffle coming on.
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- Candice Alley in Melbourne Herald Sun
If one of us has a sniffle we stop kissing - it's just been once or twice this year,Alley said. "These athletes train for four years for this - being health-conscious and hygienic is all paramount I think."
- John Edwards in Ha'aretz
Candidate John Edwards said after the "sniffle heard 'round the world" that the spectacle proved Hillary is unfit to handle the pressures of being president, a statement many saw as being chauvinistic.
- Bruce Bowen in San Jose Mercury News
So many people work every day and then spend their money to watch us,Bowen said. "A little sniffle shouldn't stop me from playing 30-some minutes in two hours."