And when he gave the benediction, the snorter disappeared in a flash, with a strong smell of brimstone, I suppose?
On the morning of that day, I indeed went to Norwich on my snorter.
"Try a little of that fricandeau," says Mrs. snorter, with a kind smile.
Lots of them were hustlers and full of business and their city surely is a snorter.
He's a snorter, that's what he is, an' I've heard his whole story a hundred times over.
He poured out a snorter and balanced it on the flat of his thumb.
Facing the snorter, he spat in his face, with a noise like thunder, a piece of bezoar as large as a rice-bowl.
“To the other jockey, who bought me from myself,” replied the snorter.
"My, this is certainly a snorter," exclaimed Billy, and the others agreed with him.
And thereupon, remembering that he had threatened to wring my nose, I gave him a snorter upon his own.
To drink: So we sat around snorking beers
[1990s+; probably a variant of snort; found as such by 1807 in British dialect]