snift

Terms vs Snift - What's the difference?

terms | snift |


As nouns the difference between terms and snift

is that terms is while snift is (uk|dialect) a moment.

As a verb snift is

to snort.

Snift vs Skift - What's the difference?

snift | skift |


As nouns the difference between snift and skift

is that snift is (uk|dialect) a moment while skift is a light dusting of snow.

As a verb snift

is to snort.

Snirt vs Snift - What's the difference?

snirt | snift |


As verbs the difference between snirt and snift

is that snirt is (scotland) a suppressed laugh; a sharp intake of breath while snift is to snort.

As nouns the difference between snirt and snift

is that snirt is (us) snow that is dirty, often seen by the side of roads and parking lots that have been plowed while snift is (uk|dialect) a moment.

Snift vs Smift - What's the difference?

snift | smift |


As nouns the difference between snift and smift

is that snift is (uk|dialect) a moment while smift is a slow match for firing a charge of powder, as in blasting; a fuse.

As a verb snift

is to snort.

Snift vs Shift - What's the difference?

snift | shift |


As nouns the difference between snift and shift

is that snift is (uk|dialect) a moment while shift is (computing) a modifier key whose main function is shifting between two or more functions of any of certain other keys (usually by pressing shift and the other button simultaneously).

As a verb snift

is to snort.

Swift vs Snift - What's the difference?

swift | snift |


As an initialism swift

is society for worldwide interbank financial telecommunication.

As a noun snift is

(uk|dialect) a moment.

As a verb snift is

to snort.

Sniff vs Snift - What's the difference?

sniff | snift |


As nouns the difference between sniff and snift

is that sniff is an instance of sniffing while snift is (uk|dialect) a moment.

As verbs the difference between sniff and snift

is that sniff is (ambitransitive) to make a short, audible inhalation, through the nose, as if to smell something while snift is to snort.

Snit vs Snift - What's the difference?

snit | snift |


As nouns the difference between snit and snift

is that snit is while snift is (uk|dialect) a moment.

As a verb snift is

to snort.

Sift vs Snift - What's the difference?

sift | snift |


As verbs the difference between sift and snift

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while snift is to snort.

As a noun snift is

(uk|dialect) a moment.

Snift vs Nift - What's the difference?

snift | nift |


As nouns the difference between snift and nift

is that snift is (uk|dialect) a moment while nift is (obsolete) niece.

As a verb snift

is to snort.