snort[ snawrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF snort
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SNORT
And so, with a snort and a puff, he worked out by another door.
With something very like a snort Roger asks, 'How does one say a thing like that casually?'
Her mother gave one snort, and away she went, thundering after her.
Bob jumped, gave a snort of surprise, and jammed his hand into his pocket.
Captain Zelotes' only comment was a sniff or snort, or combination of both.
Beardsley looked at him blankly, and Pederson gave a snort and a gesture.
With a snort of anger he strode to the door and threw it open.
This brought a few grins and a snort or two from the pilots.
He wanted to laugh, he wanted to snort in deprecation, and he did neither.
The Admiral turned with a snort to Lecour's former companions.