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noun Cocaine verb To inhale cocaine through the nose, often facilitated by a straw or other tubular device

snort

(snŏrt) [ME. snorten]
A slang term for inhale, esp. for the inhalation of illicit drugs.

snort

a forceful expulsion of air through the nostrils as in a sneeze, but a snort is a voluntary act, sneezing is involuntary. Used by horses and cattle as a device to intimidate potential predators.
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Then the strongly-built Kleinveldt, who replaced the injured Vernon Philander, produced a snorter of a delivery to have Dean Brownlie caught behind off his gloves.
She nicked a pair of wind-up mechanical plastic feet for a girl named Snorter.
Gautam Gambhir was the first to go caught by Mike Hussey in the gully region of a snorter from Starc.
The good news for a confirmed snorter is that her feed will be spread out over three to four times a day, rather than her current daily ratio.
Swansea's defence was so dormant - apart from one snorter of an all-embracing tackle by James Goode on Gareth Bowen - Newport probably could not believe the wide-open spaces they were afforded on a perfect day for running rugby at St Helen's.
But, as this programme showed (admittedly in every fawning detail - Graham-Dixon is clearly a fan), there's more to the Rolling Stones' iconic guitarist than a pirate's dad and a snorter of funereal remains.
Samit Patel was given a lifeline first ball of the morning when a snorter from Harmison found the edge, but Smith, despite getting a solid hand to the ball, was unable to hold on to it.
Kevin Nolan's first goal for the club and a snorter from Ryan Taylor had Newcastle cruising after 21 minutes.
For one, the snorter of a straight bouncer from Aussie pace man Peter Siddle which crashed into the cage of Ravi Bopara's helmet at throat height like a Mike Tyson uppercut.
The ball that condemned Wavell Hinds to a first ball duck on debut was a snorter and Miller must be quietly confident that England could have a formidable fast bowling battery to call on for next summer's Ashes series.
30am, but Jimmy Anyon didn't seem flustered as he produced a snorter to dismiss Michael Vaughan, lifting off a length and taking the edge of the bat, before ending Inzamam-ul-Haq's debut innings in similar fashion.
AT 190 metres long, the Celtic Gateway is just two metres snorter than the height of the iconic Gateway Arch in St Louis, Missouri - symbolising the opening-up of the American west from the Mississippi by the early pioneers.