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verb as in make sounds when sleeping

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If you have one of the two top-end Fitbit smartwatches—either the Fitbit Sense or the Fitbit Versa 3—as well as Fitbit Premium, you can also access snore detection, a feature that listens for snoring and other noises at night.

One setting you might want to check in advance, if you’re a Premium subscriber using a Versa 3 or a Fitbit Sense, is the aforementioned snore detection.

If you’ve turned on snore and noise detection, tap the Snore Report link on any individual day to see what your Fitbit smartwatch microphone detected while you were snoozing.

At some point, our snores and the rain became indistinguishable.

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If you or your bed mate just can’t seem to stop the snore, your pillow might be able to help.

Marine biologists have found that that while dolphins may not snore, they do vocalize in their sleep.

I actually find that having this once keeps me snore free for up to a week.

Aside from blatant self-promotions, Conrad shares her fashion, beauty, and unbelievably snore-worthy DIY ideas on her website.

Morning One, December 22, 2008 The dorm was dark and quiet except for the intermittent buzzing of a faint snore or more.

The soft murmur of his petition was answered only by the deep-chested, placid snore of the sleeping priest.

He listened and heard soft breathing that stopped just short of being an infantile snore.

Just then Jim begun to breathe heavy; next he begun to snore—and then I was pretty soon comfortable again.

A prolonged snore came from Stacy's bunk; then everything was quiet.

But the Cyclops only turned over in its sleep and began to snore again.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snore, such as: wheeze, sleep, snort, snuffle, breathe heavily, and saw logs.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.