To breathe during sleep with harsh, snorting noises caused by vibration of the soft palate.(verb-intransitive)
The act or an instance of snoring.(noun)
The noise so produced.(noun)
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Use "snore" in a sentence
"Madam raised her voice in saying this, and nodded significantly; but a mild snore from the other room seemed to assure her that it was a waste of shot to fire in that direction."
"Depending on the age, as many as 12 percent of children may snore, which isn't necessarily a concern."
"She says that I make more noise than an aeroplane when I snore, which is not true."