verb (used without object), snogged, snog·ging. British Informal.
to kiss and cuddle.
Origin of snog
First recorded in 1955–60; origin uncertain
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Contemporary Examples of snog
If you only managed to snog three people you were a total loser.'Lord Fraud' Gets Out of Jail, Back Into Orgies
August 26, 2014
Historical Examples of snog
verb snogs, snogging or snogged
to kiss and cuddle (someone)
the act of kissing and cuddling
Word Origin for snog
of obscure origin
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"to flirt, cuddle," 1945, British English slang, of unknown origin, perhaps a back-formation from snogging. Related: Snogged.
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