The winter is 'on', and we all are getting cold. Being a doctor, I know that if you don't expel the mucus accumulated in your nose, you are likely to get an infection. Anyway, facts aside, how do I instruct my daughter to expel the mucus from her nose with force?
Note that in this process, we close our mouth tightly and exhale air from the nose with force so it expels all the mucus from there.
(Yuk! But I need a verb!)
I don't think sneeze is a good word. Because it's involuntary and it involves both the mouth and nose. But here, it involves only the nose.
'Clean your nose' also comes to my mind but then it is not necessarily blowing out air.
Not strictly a verb, I'm open to getting anything though - a noun, idiom etc.