snuff

suomi-englanti sanakirja

snuff englannista suomeksi

  1. nuuskaus

  2. nuuhkaisu

  3. nuuskata, nuuskia

  4. nuuskanvärinen

  5. karsi

  6. nenänuuska, nuuska

  1. nuuska

  2. Substantiivi

snuff englanniksi

  1. Finely ground or pulverized tobacco intended for use by being sniffed or snorted into the nose.

  2. Fine-ground or minced tobacco, dry or moistened, intended for use by placing a pinch behind the lip or beneath the tongue; see also snus.

  3. 1896, ''Universal Dictionary of the English Language'':

  4. Dry snuffs are often adulterated with quicklime, and moist snuffs, as rappee, with ammonia, hellebore, pearl-ash, etc.
  5. 1937, (w), ''(w)'', University of Illinois Press, 1978, Chapter 5, p. 76,https://archive.org/details/theireyeswerewat00hur_a4l

  6. (..) most of the women dipped snuff and of course had a spit-cup in the house.
  7. A snort or sniff of fine-ground, powdered, or pulverized tobacco.

  8. The act of briskly inhaling by the nose; a sniff, a snort.

  9. Resentment or skepticism expressed by quickly drawing air through the nose; snuffling; sniffling.

  10. Snot, mucus.

  11. Smell, scent, odour.

  12. To inhale through the nose.

  13. (RQ:Dryden Virgil)

  14. He snuffs the wind, his heels the sand excite.
  15. (RQ:Burger Scott Chase)

  16. (RQ:Orwell Animal Farm)

  17. Napoleon paced to and fro in silence, occasionally snuffing at the ground.
  18. To turn up the nose and inhale air, as an expression of contempt; hence, to take offence.

  19. January 29, 1625, (w), ''Public thanksgiving for the wonderful mitigation of the late morality''

  20. Do the enemies of the church rage and snuff?
  21. The burning part of a candle wick, or the black, burnt remains of a wick (which must be periodically removed).

  22. (RQ:Burton Melancholy)

  23. (RQ:Swift Directions to Servant)

  24. If the burning snuff happens to get out of the snuffers, you have a chance that it may fall into a dish of soup.
  25. Leavings in a glass after drinking; heeltaps.

  26. A murder.

  27. (quote-book)

  28. A form of pornographic film which involves someone actually being murdered.

  29. (senseid) To extinguish a candle or lamp|oil-lamp flame by covering the burning end of the wick until the flame is suffocated.

  30. To trim the burnt part of a candle wick.

  31. (RQ:Austen Northanger Abbey)

  32. To out; to extinguish; to out; to kill.

  33. (quote-web)

  34. film