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The subway is far emptier, for one thing—and with the riders onboard almost universally wearing masks, the chorus of sniffles and coughs has been silenced.
The plate of meat was brought by Mary Jones with Gower beside her, and a sniffle of her happiness audible.
The strange young woman's avoidance of any popular sniffle of the pathetic had a recognized merit.
At the invitation both children threw themselves violently on Mary and clung to her, beginning to sniffle again.
MARY WARE IN TEXASANNIE F. JOHNSTON
It took the form of an unmistakable sniffle, and it somehow contrived to be indubitably and rather pitifully feminine.
LITTLE MISS GROUCHSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
At this moment a sound was heard on the other side of the door, something between a cry, a sniffle, and a sob.
FERNLEY HOUSELAURA E. RICHARDS
Most of all, I watched the skinny gal dope the dice, sniffle and wipe the end of her nose.
VIGORISHGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
It's pretty hard,” said Joel, trying not to sniffle, “to have a fellow you bring home from school turn his back on you.
From a prolonged sniffle that caused her to wipe her eyes on her dimity sleeves, she began to weep freely.
POLLY AND ELEANORLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
Fifty a month an' no chance to spend it, an' grub that'd make a coyote sniffle!

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