sneezes, 3rd person singular present; sneezing, present participle; sneezed, past tense; sneezed, past participle;
Make a sudden involuntary expulsion of air from the nose and mouth due to irritation of one's nostrils
the smoke made her sneeze
An act or the sound of expelling air from the nose in such a way
he stopped a sudden sneeze
a symptom consisting of the involuntary expulsion of air from the nose
exhale spasmodically, as when an irritant entered one's nose; "Pepper makes me sneeze"
A sneeze (or sternutation) is a semi-autonomous, convulsive expulsion of air from the lungs through the nose and mouth, usually caused by foreign particles irritating the nasal mucosa. ...
Sneeze or 41 Songs In 47 Minutes (HAC50) as it is also known, is the first album by Australian band Sneeze. On the cover, tracks 1, 22-41 are marked as "bonus tracks" - the rest were initially released as a double 7 inch vinyl (Moo 08). ...
Sneeze is a music group from Sydney, Australia consisting primarily of Nic Dalton (who also runs the band's record label, Half A Cow) and Tom Morgan from Smudge. ...
Sneeze is an internet video game first released in 2009 and inspired by the 2009 swine flu outbreak in which the object is to infect as many people as possible in a public place . The places include a train station, a supermarket, a nursery, and more. In all, there are 10 levels.
The Sneeze is a blog written by a man identified only as Steve, of Los Angeles, California. In 2005, the site was listed among the "top 101 websites" by PC Magazine. The site gained attention for its "Steve, Don't Eat It! ...
An act of sneezing; To expel air as a reflex induced by an irritation in the nose; To expel air as if the nose were irritated
To dream that you sneeze, denotes that hasty tidings will cause you to change your plans. To see or hear others sneeze, some people will bore you with visits.
is a violent reflex and contraction of the body which propels air out of the lungs and through the nasal passageways at over 400 miles an hour. Sneezing is the body's way of flushing and clearing out the breathing spaces in the head.
a television advertisement shorter than 15 seconds.
To fire all remaining warheads (see "Alpha Strike").
An old version of Web Webster says: ``to make a sudden violent spasmodic audible expiration of breath''. Good enough. The question is not ``What is it?'' but ``What to say when someone does it?'' It is a common superstitious practice for persons to say: ``Bless you!'' or ``Gesundheit! ...
To let go of all a craft's hard kill weapons (missiles, torpedoes, what have you) at once, normally in an escape or last-breath effort.