Marine biologists have found that that while dolphins may not snore, they do vocalize in their sleep.
Morning One, December 22, 2008 The dorm was dark and quiet except for the intermittent buzzing of a faint snore or more.
I actually find that having this once keeps me snore free for up to a week.
The minute the giant closed the one eye in his head, he began to snore.
Jim did not answer, and a snore seemed to indicate that he was slumbering.
The tanner in the bower gave approval with a cough, like Cupid with a sneeze; then he turned it to a snore.
She had heard him snore rather louder than before far into the afternoon.
He neuer dranke but when thirst mooued him, he would sléepe soundlie and snore oftentimes till he His policie.
The Englishman collapsed on the doorstep, and began to snore.
No sooner had she gone to bed than she began to snore, as if she had fallen fast asleep, but she did not sleep.
v. snored, snor·ing, snores
To breathe during sleep with harsh, snorting noises caused by vibration of the soft palate. n.
The act or an instance of snoring.