Snuff [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Snuff:

When he had said it, he took a culminating pinch of snuff, and put his box in his pocket.

The head of the animal was tossed; then it seemed to snuff the air, and it gave a shriek.

She has left off chewing and smoking, having found a refuge in snuff.

I must have a care I don't get some of that snuff out of his nose.

Against the regulations of the College, he used to bring in snuff to the other scholars.

"The streets are astir," put in Wharton, helping himself to snuff.

Joe was up to snuff and sent the boys on what he considered a wild-goose chase.

"That's the only bit in the paper I'd give the snuff of my pipe for," said Mrs. Branaghan.

The snuff was excellent, but the object which contained it was still better.

In my hurry I had forgotten to snuff the wick after blowing it out.