He half rose, meaning to go round, but the aunt handed him the snuffbox, passing it across Helene's back.
"War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy
It's much better than the snuffboxes.
"The Portrait of a Lady" by Henry James
He sat down on one of the low forms near Mr. Drever's desk, and took from his waistcoat pocket a large silver snuffbox.
"The Pilots of Pomona" by Robert Leighton
Playing-cards, snuffboxes, and fringed gloves elbowed a shelf of books, and a full-bottomed wig ogled a lady's headdress of ribbon and malines.
"Audrey" by Mary Johnston
The first thing I noticed was a gold snuffbox, set with portraits of the king, the queen, and their two children.
"Lazarre" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
You will then be a Squire, with your cane, your lean-limbed hound, your stocking-leg of specie, and your snuffbox.
"Dream Life" by Donald G. Mitchell
He was shown the sword and snuffbox of General Count de Songis, brother of his paternal grandmother.
"Georges Guynemer" by Henry Bordeaux
He withdrew a snuffbox from his semi-clerical vest pocket, and thoughtfully tapped it with a forefinger.
"The Triumph of John Kars" by Ridgwell Cullum
Then he takes out his snuffbox and taps it, which is a sign that he is going to say something worth while.
"Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 14" by Elbert Hubbard
It took my fancy, for I thought it was a snuffbox.
"Her Mother's Secret" by Emma D. E. N. Southworth