The south-easter is a sneezer, and a frequent visitor at the Cape in summer.
You can only make a true "sneezer" when the snow is lying on the ground.
Down, Sneezer, down, sir; you used to be a dog of some sense; down.
Sneezer uplifted his voice, and gave a long continuous growl.
Sneezer, my boy, what have you to say—where have you come from?
I'll punch the head off en the first sneezer that I ketch tryin' to impose on 'em.
No'm, he didn't like it at all, 'cause we-all shortened it to Sneezer.
"Sneezer was a great dancer," admitted the oldest Armatage girl.
She's a sneezer that; but she'll be knocked down for twenty or thirty pound, because she looks as if she was used up.
In Greece sneezing was a good omen and was considered a proof of the truth of what was said at the moment by the sneezer.