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1. I heard a snore and knew he'd fallen asleep.
2. Uncle Arthur, after a loud snore, woke suddenly.
3. He began to snore contentedly.
4. The coroner turned, belched, and quietly began to snore.
5. He stirred slightly and began to snore softly.
6. Presently, Pete began to snore.
7. Each indrawn breath was a little throaty snore.
8. If you snore, it's better not to sleep on your back.
9. Laugh and the world laughs with you. Snore and you sleep alone. Anthony Burgess
10. As he began to snore(sentencedict.com), his side of the windshield gradually fogged up.
11. His head fell forward and he began to snore.
12. A measured, muffled snore issued from Aunt Polly's chamber.
13. His snore disturbed our sleep.
14. She does not snore, she is nasally repetitive.
15. He soon fell asleep and began to snore.
16. His loud snore kept me awake.
17. Laugh and the world laughs with you ; snore and you sleep alone.
18. The only sound was her father's heavy breathing, occasionally broken by a snore.
19. They look to Goldie to support them, but her head droops, and she adds no comment but a snore.
20. Then they closed and she turned over and began to snore lightly.
21. He rolls away from Marjorie, who, now lying on her back, begins to snore faintly.
22. It is estimated that 10 to 30 percent of adults snore and have no serious medical consequences as a result.
23. Confusion was ungodly, the hour was ungodly, and Barnabas had lately begun to snore in an alternate bass and baritone.
24. One was reading a newspaper, the other was fast asleep, a rumbling snore like a low-flying aircraft emanating from him.
25. According to his habit, he turned his back upon her and began to snore.
26. Objectives To study in the relationship between cerebral infarction and simple snore and apneic snore.
27. He curled down in the weeds and soon began to snore.
28. When he had satisfied himself, he got back into bed and began to snore very loudly.
29. If you sleep on your back with your mouth open you are likely to snore.
30. The ire of Young Russia's protest outside the Latvian embassy this week was directed at Edvins Snore, whose film "Soviet Story" is the most powerful antidote yet to the sanitisation of the past.