“We are like truffle pigs in a big forest, snorting and looking for oak trees,” adds Brancowitz with a chuckle.
Dickie Sanders, 21, had tried various kinds of drugs before, but snorting “Cloud Nine” bath salts resulted in his death.
There was, apparently, no end to the stuff or to the appetite for snorting.
Zohydro is especially worrying because it contains no mechanism to deter misuse by snorting or injecting.
He would navigate from the cockpit using a road atlas—while snorting cocaine off the map.
A fearful uproar of barking, howling, and snorting, followed.
His tail was up, he was snorting loudly, and he headed straight for the hammock.
Throwing herself from the saddle, she slid precipitately into the washout just as Denver thundered up, snorting a challenge.
The Colonel was conveyed, snorting apoplectically, to his room.
He came close up to her with his eyes glittering, his nostrils distended and snorting and his hands clinched.
late 14c., "to snore," probably related to snore (v.). Meaning "breathe through the nose with a harsh sound" first recorded 1520s. Sense of "express contempt" is from 1818. Meaning "to inhale cocaine" is first attested 1935. Related: Snorted; snorting. American English snorter "something fierce or furious" is from 1833.
1808, "act of snorting," from snort (v.). Meaning "a drink of liquor" (especially whiskey) is from 1889.
[1960s+ Narcotics; origin unknown]