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snuff 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/snəf/,
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snuffs, 3rd person singular present; snuffed, past tense; snuffed, past participle; snuffing, present participle;
  1. Inhale or sniff at (something)
    • - they stood snuffing up the keen cold air
  2. Sniff up powdered tobacco

Noun
  1. Powdered tobacco that is sniffed up the nostril rather than smoked
    • - a pinch of snuff

  1. sniff or smell inquiringly
  2. snuff colored; of a greyish to yellowish brown
  3. the charred portion of a candlewick
  4. inhale audibly through the nose; "snuff coke"
  5. a pinch of smokeless tobacco inhaled at a single time
  6. finely powdered tobacco for sniffing up the nose
  7. Snuff is ground or pulverized tobacco, which is generally insufflated or "snuffed" through the nose. It is a type of smokeless tobacco. There are several types, but traditionally it means Dry/European nasal snuff. ...
  8. Snuff are a British punk rock band formed in 1986. Their name reportedly came about after a long discussion about names ended up with one of them claiming "That's Enough", which was then shortened to Snuff. ...
  9. Snuff is a 1976 splatter film most notorious for being marketed as if it were an actual snuff film. This picture contributed to the urban legend of snuff films, although the concept did not originate with it.
  10. Snuff is a novel by Chuck Palahniuk that was released on May 20, 2008.
  11. Snuff is the working title of an upcoming Terry Pratchett novel in the Discworld series.
  12. Finely ground or pulverized tobacco intended for use by being sniffed or snorted into the nose; 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; A snort or sniff of fine-ground, powdered, or pulverized ...
  13. (snuffs) disputes; squabbles.
  14. To dream of snuff, signifies your enemies are seducing the confidence of your friends. For a woman to use it in her dreams, foretells complications which will involve her separation from a favored friend.
  15. Slight abrasion of the hide's surface, likened to removing newsprint from newspaper.
  16. fine powdered tobacco that is inhaled through the nose. Gentlemen carried theirs in elegant snuff boxes, poorer users, like Frederick Dorrit, may carry a small amount twisted into a piece of whitey-brown paper. Inexperienced users always sneeze when taking snuff.
  17. Smokeless tobacco that consists of cured, finely-ground tobacco marketed in various forms (e.g., dry, moist, fine cut). Users put a pinch (dip) of snuff between gum and lip (or cheek) or snort snuff into the nose where nicotine is absorbed.
  18. A type of finely ground smokeless tobacco contained in a small teabag-like pouch that is kept in the mouth. Snuff can also be sniffed.
  19. powdered tobacco taken into the nose (popular with smokers forced to work in areas where smoking was prohibited, thus particularly popular in segments of the printing industry)
  20. A ground up, powder-like tobacco, that is inhaled or 'snuffed'. Snuffing tobacco was popularized in Europe. In America, snuff can refer to dipping tobacco which is placed in the mouth, between the gums and mouth wall; also, see snus.
  21. Any finely cut, ground, or powdered tobacco that is not intended to be smoked.
  22. is finely ground tobacco sold in cans or pouches. Most of the time, snuff is used by putting a "pinch" or "dip" between the lower lip or cheek and the gum. A newer type of snuff is called snus.
  23. A preparation of DMT-containing plants, which is smoked; also traditionally called cohoba, parica, and yopo.
  24. Snuff is apparently an old word, but I’ve only heard 2 people say it in my art class, and according to Osama this means “kill”. Ex. “I’m gonna snuff you”. lol wtf kinda word is this.
  25. powered tobacco, often scented, normally taken into the nose ~ It was usually carried in small, decorated containers called snuffboxes.