[ snog ]
/ snɒg /
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verb (used without object), snogged, snog·ging.British Informal.
to kiss and cuddle.
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Origin of snog
First recorded in 1955–60; origin uncertain
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How to use snog in a sentence
Remember the Christian congressman caught snogging a staffer?2014 Was a Delectably Good Year for Sleaze|Patricia Murphy|December 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Once you got inside, it was all about snogging, as we called making out.'Lord Fraud' Gets Out of Jail, Back Into Orgies|Tom Sykes|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Pippa Middleton was snapped snogging her new boyfriend stockbroker Nico Jackson after playing a game of tennis in London.Love All! Pippa Snogs Nico in London After Tennis Match|Tom Sykes|June 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Mike Goldstein tweeted: “Pippa Middleton snogging her boyf aggressively next to me at the bar.”Pippa Caught SNOGGING New Boyfriend in Zermatt Ski Resort|Tom Sykes|February 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for snog
/ (snɒɡ) British slang /
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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