Rhonchisonant

Rhonchisonant [ron-KIH-soh-nənt]


Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 17th century


1. Making a snorting noise; snorting.


Examples of rhonchisonant in a sentence


“Emerging from the dusty barn, John cleared his throat with a loud rhonchisonant noise.”


“Raccoons can be surprisingly rhonchisonant with their pig-like snorts.”