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Definition of sneeze:

  1. The act of sneezing.
  2. 1. To expel air from the nose and mouth by an involuntary spasmodic contraction of the muscles of expiration. 2. An act of sneezing, a reflex excited by an irritation of the mucous membrane of the nose.
  3. To emit air through the nose audibly and convuisively, in consequence of irritation in the inner membrane of the nose.

Common misspellings for sneeze:

sne4ze, sneexe, seneeze, snseeze, sneseze, sneeae, s.eeze.

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Examples of usage for sneeze:

  1. It was called " The True and Faithful Experiences of the Reverend James Scott in the Other World Being a Veracious History of his Experiences of the Life after Death"- the dust rose from its pages in little clouds and tempted him to sneeze but he bit his lip and counted forty and saved the situation. – Fortitude by Hugh Walpole
  2. Here the little boy on the top of the trunk gave a violent sneeze – Dickens As an Educator by James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes
  3. Their majesties, it seemed, had been greatly troubled because the royal kitchen chimney sent the smoke down instead of up and made the royal cooks and maidens sneeze and sputter all day long. – The Green Forest Fairy Book by Loretta Ellen Brady

Quotes for sneeze:

  1. Do you know how helpless you feel if you have a full cup of coffee in your hand and you start to sneeze?
  2. I like to write when I feel spiteful. It is like having a good sneeze.
  3. He must not laugh at his own wheeze: a snuff box has no right to sneeze.
  4. Be able to sneeze without sounding ridiculous. That means neither stifling yourself or spraying your immediate vicinity.
  5. An orgasm is just a reflex, like a sneeze.

Rhymes for sneeze:

  1. breeze, cheese, ease, freeze, frieze, lees, please, seize, skis, sleaze, squeeze, tease, wheeze, deas, dees, deis, feese, friese, geez, mease, neese, peas, pease, reis, these, crees, keyes, keys, kees, rees, liese, trees, bees, fees, fleas, flees, frees, glees, sprees, pleas, sees, seas, bes, meis, neis, nees, cees, mees, neas, teas, sies, reas, beas, keas, gies, hees, leas, preis, saez, tees, vees, knees, threes, z's, jeez, she's, breese;
  2. appease, belize, burmese, cadiz, chemise, chinese, disease, displease, maltese, reprise, scorsese, trapeze, unease, pawnees, aziz, louise, andries, ortiz, trustees, agrees, degrees, foresees, trainees, decrees, cds, draftees, jaycees, rupees, lessees;
  3. annamese, balinese, cantonese, expertise, japanese, javanese, journalese, nepalese, overseas, siamese, sinhalese, sudanese, taiwanese, guarantees, timorese, appointees, licensees, nominees, devotees, referees, disagrees, internees, ccs, amputees, honorees, detainees, escapees, absentees, retirees, enrollees, conferees, franchisees, enlistees, guaranties, returnees, designees, inductees;
  4. stds, abts, indochinese, interviewees;
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