[ UK /nˈɪf/ ]
  1. an unpleasant smell
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How To Use niff In A Sentence

  • Sudden sniffing death is particularly associated with abuse of butane, propane and chemicals in aerosols.
  • A couple of plain-clothes men had been sniffing round his apartment.
  • The label location diagram certainly sniffs of this accessory being in the right shape. Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets
  • But the men at City Hall, sniffing at anything too ideological, insist that big cuts are just not practical.
  • The main concern of his 300 undercover police spies had always been sniffing out political enemies of the revolutionary government. FINGERPRINTS: Murder and the Race to Uncover the Science of Identity
  • He also outlined plans to use more sniffer dogs to detect explosives. The Sun
  • And another bankruptcy, involving Braniff Airlines, reminded everyone of the stranglehold the Big Eight carriers have over the domestic market.
  • I but stretched them up in the sun," she sniffled, "and we be poor people and have nothing. THE MASTER OF MYSTERY
  • She was the first sniffer dog to be killed in the conflict and was commended for bravery. The Sun
  • On the dance floor, a girl offered me a sniff of her poppers (if you don't know, I'm not going to tell you, then you can make up really terrible images for yourself).
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