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1. snot

noun. ['ˈsnɔt'] a person regarded as arrogant and annoying.

Synonyms

  • snoot
  • prig
  • unpleasant person
  • disagreeable person

Etymology

  • gesnot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Snot

  • sans-culottes
  • distraught
  • overwrought
  • overbought
  • mcnaught
  • marcotte
  • turcotte
  • sicotte
  • rethought
  • reshot
  • pilotte
  • picotte
  • lizotte
  • lezotte
  • lamotte
  • guillotte
  • caillebotte
  • cadotte
  • begot
  • traut
  • plaut
  • mayotte
  • marotte
  • fraught
  • brought
  • wrought
  • wat
  • vought
  • vaught
  • thought

How do you pronounce snot?

Pronounce snot as snɔt.

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Sentences with snot


1. Noun, singular or mass
Kids seem to like a nice lime green color, which resembles snot.

2. Adjective
It sounds gross, but that snot acts as a protective barrier, filtering the air you breathe.

Quotes about snot


1. He wipes tears off my face and then snot. He uses his hands. He loves me that much.
- Nina LaCour, Hold Still

2. snot-nosed

adjective. dirty with nasal discharge.

Synonyms

  • soiled
  • unclean
  • dirty

Antonyms

  • unfastidious
  • modest
  • unimpressive
  • dirtiness

3. snot-nosed

adjective. (used colloquially) overly conceited or arrogant.

Synonyms

  • persnickety
  • uppish
  • snooty
  • snotty
  • bigheaded
  • too big for one's breeches
  • proud

Antonyms

  • tidy
  • decent
  • fair
  • nice

4. snot

noun. ['ˈsnɔt'] nasal mucus.

Synonyms

  • mucus

Etymology

  • gesnot (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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