Synonyms and related words:
arrogant, asthmatic, breathing, clannish, cliquish, condescending, contemptuous, contumelious, disdainful, errhine, exclusive, expiratory, haughty, heaving, high-hat, huffing, inspiratory, nasal, panting, patronizing, pneumonic, priggish, puffing, pulmonary, pulmonic, respiratory, rhinal, scornful, sneering, sneezy, sniffling, sniffly, snippy, snobbish, snobby, snooty, snoring, snorting, snotty, snuffling, snuffly, snuffy, sternutatory, stertorous, supercilious, toploftical, toplofty, wheezing, wheezy, withering

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