1) To show disdain or disagreement by ‘snuffing’, that is drawing in air through the nostrils (OED). Wright has ‘to snub’ (EDD).

1651 to make that good which was Concluded at a Generall Meeting and not to be Snuffled and have our orders contradicted, Almondbury.

places Almondbury
dates 1651

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