snot

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noun \ˈsnät\

Definition of snot

  1. 1 often vulgar :  nasal mucus

  2. 2 :  a snotty person

Examples of snot in a sentence

  1. Snot was dripping from his nose.

  2. <that patronizing little snot at the vintage record store openly smirks when someone asks for something from the Top 40>

Origin and Etymology of snot

Middle English, from Old English gesnot; akin to Old High German snuzza nasal mucus


First Known Use: 15th century


SNOT Defined for English Language Learners

snot

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noun \ˈsnät\

Definition of snot for English Language Learners

  • : mucus from the nose

  • : a rude and annoying person



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