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1. snore

verb. ['ˈsnɔr'] breathe noisily during one's sleep.

Synonyms

  • kip
  • respire
  • take a breath
  • sleep
  • saw wood
  • slumber
  • suspire
  • catch some Z's
  • log Z's
  • saw logs

Antonyms

  • be active
  • waking
  • hyperpnea
  • hypopnea

Etymology

  • snoren (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Snore

  • villasenor
  • espectador
  • cavalli-sfor
  • montemayor
  • montefiore
  • bensenyore
  • underscore
  • sotomayor
  • heretofore
  • guarantor
  • balthazor
  • armentor
  • postwar
  • longcor
  • livermore
  • hardcore
  • explore
  • antiwar
  • senor
  • roquemore
  • restore
  • prewar
  • paramore
  • outscore
  • noncore
  • jambor
  • implore
  • gilgore
  • deplore
  • cat-4

Sentences with snore


1. Verb, base form
The way you sleep can also make you more likely to snore.

2. Adverb
The CPAP machines use snore index measurements to regulate the air pressure in your throat while you sleep.

3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Examples include your partner telling you that you snore loudly or appear to have breathing interruptions when you sleep.

4. Verb, past tense
The dogs snort and wheeze, often snore when sleeping, and frequently suffer from brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome.

5. Noun, singular or mass
If Kitty's having trouble breathing, his snore may keep you awake.

6. Adverb, comparative
Because of its short nose structure, boxers sometimes snore and some drool excessively.

Quotes about snore


1. Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.
- Anthony Burgess

2. You were born to soar not to snore.
- Rob Liano

2. snore

noun. ['ˈsnɔr'] the act of snoring or producing a snoring sound.

Synonyms

  • breathing
  • respiration
  • external respiration
  • ventilation
  • snoring

Antonyms

  • exhale
  • deoxidize
  • deoxidise
  • hibernate

Etymology

  • snoren (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. snore

noun. ['ˈsnɔr'] the rattling noise produced when snoring.

Antonyms

  • aestivate

Etymology

  • snoren (Middle English (1100-1500))
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