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

(snŏrt) [ME. snorten]
A slang term for inhale, esp. for the inhalation of illicit drugs.
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Fortunately for World War IPs short snorter set, and for WWII Americans in general, there was money to spare.
He accounted for Matthew Wood with his first ball of the day when the opener gloved a lifter to James Pipe, and also struck former England batsman Anthony McGrath a painful blow on his left hand with another snorter.
In the end Starc got him with a snorter that flicked his glove, but the way the decision was overturned on review by the TV umpire without using all the evidence left England deeply unimpressed.
United, of course, start with a real snorter at Manchester City tonight when 11 players plus substitutes who were available last time around must do battle again.
30 ( ANI ): In a setback to the Australian cricket team, David Warner may miss out a slot in the Test squad to India after sustaining a blow to his thumb from a snorter while training.
BATH TIME: Richard cleans up in the pig pen and with a newborn lamb LITTLE SNORTER: Richard Craddock with one of the piglets at Hatton Farm Village
Swansea's defence was dormant - apart from one snorter of an all-embracing tackle by James Goode on Gareth Bowen - and Newport made use of the open spaces they were gifted.
Vijay hit five boundaries but gloved a snorter from Tsotsobe to wicketkeeper Mark Boucher which left India reeling at 40 for two.
JO BLOW Strauss is pinned back by a snorter from Morkel as England fail their Test of character HARPER'S BIZARRE: Things could have been different for Andrew Strauss and his team but for a catalogue of contentious decisions from third umpire Daryl Harper - the latest overturning a seeming catch from AB de Villiers off Graeme Swann
Snorter Disaster averted as Wales hold off Cardiff hat-trick for Samoa Having endured a laboured midfield with no creativity until Jonathan Davies came on, is it not about time that we played people in there current in-form positions?
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.
Strauss left his gloves in the air when ducking a Mitchell Johnson snorter. And Bopara, who had been hit on the grille of his helmet by a Siddle bouncer, dollied a Johnson slower ball half-volley to point.