This cold often shows itself by sneezing and “snuffles” in the nose.
Put 'em through every stage of grief from the snuffles to the snorts.
That's the sort of thing men like Snuffles and Keyhole imagine—that excites them!
Then there's Blanche the maid, who snuffles because of her nose.
Snuffles and dabs her eyes and says: 'If I go back without any photograph, I'll lose my j-o-o-o-b!
The peculiar nasal, noisy respiration of the child has given the affection the popular name of snuffles.
For he always comes and snuffles and shuffles and smells about the door in a good-natured sort of way, and leaves his card.
Inure them to the air early and continually, and they will have less colds and snuffles than if you confined them within doors.
Yes, I have even known some country people to apply skunks oil, and others who larded the infants nose and chest for the snuffles.
The youth, therefore, refused to consider her, saying that he had no room for the snuffles in his house.