• WordNet 3.6
    • adj sniffly liable to sniffle
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In literature:

So, having caught a little, sniffly cold, she decided that she was sick and went to bed.
"The Girl from Sunset Ranch" by Amy Bell Marlowe

In news:

It's allergy season: sniffly, sneezy, itchy, watery-nose season.
If you're living with a sniffly, sneezy tot, new research out of URMC bears some unpleasant news: You and fellow housemates are probably doomed to schlep through the same cold, too.
The sniffly situation required treatment, so I reverted to the tried and true illness elixir favored by my mother when I was a girl.
Tears of a Clown (Posse)… Squid admits to being a little bit sniffly on election night, wiping tear after tear from Squid 's giant eye as results came in from around the county.