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snork

1. slang To make a snorting, hacking kind of sound with one's throat or nose. I could see the chef snorking and sneezing as he prepared our food, so I told the waiter that I wanted a refund. The dog stuck his nose under the porch and got sprayed by the skunk, and it came out snorking and pawing at its snout.
2. slang To inhale or snort something into one's nose quickly, intensely, and messily. I came into the room and found them all snorking cocaine off the coffee table.
3. slang To spray something out of one's nose very suddenly and intensely. She laughed so hard that she snorked milk all over the table!
4. slang To eat or drink something very quickly or voraciously. Usually followed by "down." The child was so hungry that he snorked down the whole plate of food in a matter of minutes. You're going to give yourself brain freeze if you snork down your milkshake like that!

snork down

slang To eat or drink something very quickly or voraciously. A noun or pronoun can be used either before or after "down." The child was so hungry that he snorked down the whole plate of food in a matter of minutes. You're going to give yourself brain freeze if you snork your milkshake down like that!
See also: down, snork

snork

(snork)
in. to smoke marijuana or hashish. (Drugs.) They snorked until they could snork no more.
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