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  • noun

Synonyms for snot

a person regarded as arrogant and annoying

nasal mucus

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I wonder if I should mention that in my SNOT report?
A tester on a plastic strip with synthetic snot costs less than pounds 5 to make.
"Snot is the ether in which our lives are suspended," Gary proclaimed, a line no real person would say.
On the one hand, Maxwell is the sort of moron who thinks it's OK to wipe his snot on people's seats.
TEENS and students love comedy duo Richie and Eddie and their crazy mix of outrageous fights, rudeness, snot and blood.
THE pilot of an American plane has urged his passengers to "beat the snot" out of any suspected hijacker.
When I went for a shower, I saw snot and blood all over the floor, the walls and even the ceiling.
"She's a clean freak, a bossy snot and totally self-centred."
It was incomprehensible, pretentious rubbish and when somebody started pouring snot from his nose we walked.
Steve will do a live dive through an eerie Caribbean wreck as he looks for a giant fish that is disrupting the natural way of things in the shark's territory, and Chris is finding out how healthy the area's blue whale families are with the help of the 'snot bot', a drone that flies through the blow hole of a whale and collects exhaled 'snot' on petri dishes.
Yes, it collects snot. One highlight of the series advances have been made in upsetting its residents.
Snot It is the gross game of boogey fun that kids will love.
When they die off, they give your snot a pale yellow or brownish tint.
"This is so disgusting, but I had snot dripping out of my nose.
In patients undergoing endoscopic sinus surgery for chronic sinusitis, additional studies have also shown that tobacco smoking negatively impacts patient-reported outcomes and quality-of-life measures in smokers versus nonsmokers, although not all of these studies employed the SNOT questionnaire [17-19].