Vulgar. of or relating to snot.
Informal. snobbish; arrogant; supercilious: a snotty kid.
- snot·ti·ly, adverb
- snot·ti·ness, noun
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How to use snotty in a sentence
Instead of gathering with family, we spent Christmas at home with snotty noses, fevers, no appetites, and a very tired mama.My Toddlers Already Had COVID-19. I'm Still Getting Them Vaccinated Right Away | Katelyn Jetelina | June 18, 2022 | Time
However, by 1.30 I was free and went ashore with another snotty.
"After you with the deck watch," I said to the snotty who was using it.
Tea in the gunroom followed, after which the Senior snotty showed me round the ship.
You ought to been name snotty wid your mouth all de time lookin like you ain' hear tell of no pocket rag.
British Dictionary definitions for snotty
dirty with nasal discharge
slang contemptible; nasty
a slang word for midshipman
- snottily, adverb
- snottiness, noun
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