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- n. Someone who sneezes.
- n. Prison.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who sneezes.
- n. A violent blow; a blow that knocks the breath out.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who sneezes
In a report authored by Nicholls, he suggests that to be successful this holiday season, you need to focus on finding the "sneezer" - that is, the customer that spreads your offers and promotions through social networks.
You can only make a true "sneezer" when the snow is lying on the ground.
Social networking sites make it incredibly easy for your "sneezer" customer to share promotions and positive word-of-mouth marketing about your business in a single click with his or her network of friends.
Change seats if you end up near a cougher, sneezer or someone who looks feverish.
The woman directly in front of them spilled a drop of red house wine on her blouse as she was bumped by the sneezer.
While presumably any God worth the title has a real choice about whether to bless a sneezer or keep our departing guests company “Goodbye!”
Actually, the German sneezy response is “gesundheit,” which wishes the sneezer good health.
The press room's renegade sneezer there, NBC's Chuck Todd.
She travels with a sneezer to find out just how at risk you might be when that person sits down next to you at a restaurant or on the bus or on the subway or on an airplane and starts sniffling and sneezing and coughing.
Any business would/should go for the rapport of the sneezer.