snotty


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(used colloquially) overly conceited or arrogant

dirty with nasal discharge

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The people of Arcadia, however, know very differently, as we see in Tod Davies's latest work, Snotty Saves the Day.
Snotty noses are going to be around as long as there are little children.
The senior Thackeray took him to task in his statement calling him a snotty boy who kept wiping his nose with his shirt.
"Vermin" is the most memorable song, standing apart from the barrage of fun, snotty punk.
It works that way with DMV employees and snotty waiters, too.
but my attitude is becoming snotty and overwhelming.
I talked to a few folks who I think knew what they were talking about and they were not snotty about it, and willing to listen and willing to learn--but only a few.
Kirk said: "We just had a horse with a snotty nose and some glands were up.
On their snotty and exuberant debut, the Hands play classic bad-boy rock and roll, acting like sketchy guys who want nothing more than to drink all your booze and trash the furniture.
We even wrote songs about God and the nature of existence (albeit from the perspective of under-educated, surly, snotty teenage punks).
Less than two months after embarrassing itself by running a snotty piece by Robin Givhan ridiculing Harriet Miers's clothes and makeup, The Washington Post's Style desk turned Givhan loose on Martha Ann Alito.
So the next time some Canadian gets snotty about horrible U.S.
Potiphar got the first house blessing when he took in Joseph, who had been sold to the Egyptian by his snotty brothers (Gen.
Senators, they at least bother to respond, snotty or not.
His impressions of snotty older sisters are also believable and entertaining.