snot

noun \ ˈsnät \

Definition of snot

1 often vulgar : nasal mucus
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 Synonyms

Synonyms

snob;

Related Words

elitist, social climber;


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Definition of snot for English Language Learners

  • : mucus from the nose

  • : a rude and annoying person


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