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snotty (ˈsnɒtɪ Pronunciation for snotty   (considered vulgar)



-tier, -tiest
  1. dirty with nasal discharge
  2. (slang) contemptible; nasty
  3. snobbish; conceited


(plural) -ties
  1. a slang word for midshipman

Derived Forms

ˈsnottily adverb
ˈsnottiness noun

Example Sentences Including 'snotty'

", says'Lovehatetragedy ', all streaming eyes and snotty sleeves," It hurts!
NME (New Musical Express) (2002)
At Pipeclay Bay last week anglers using chicken and small hooks landed some large snotty trevally.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)
Back in Hackney the Community College is wary of snotty journalists coming along to take the michael, but also delighted.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
But she had to or the snotty librarian would probably call the police on her.
Cecelia Ahern 2004 PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
Her daughter, a snotty young lady, has appeared in the Tatler.
Secombe, Fred Goodbye Curate
I damned him and turned away, laughing ruefully, and the snotty came out of his trance like a good `un.
Fraser, George MacDonald Flashman and the Dragon
Petey & Jaydee are in 3-D, while the snotty Angry Kid is Aardman ``claymation'.
The Australian (2004)
The others joined in: `And bad breath and runny eyes and a snotty nose.
Haines, Pamela The Golden Lion
When she wasn't being sick, Mrs Scorsese prowled the set taking her rejection out on the crew with snotty comments.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)


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