Definition of "snuffing" [snuffing]

  • Present participle of snuff. (verb)

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Use "snuffing" in a sentence
  • "In either case, such critics seem more interested in snuffing out the project in its tracks, as if its success would rip the wings off Pegasus."
  • "Belfour bounced back, though, making some spectacular saves in snuffing the Blues 'next 21 shots."
  • "Prosecutors in the genocide trial of a former Khmer Rouge prison chief demanded a 40-year jail sentence Wednesday for a man whom they described as snuffing out innocent lives and spreading terror across Cambodia."