Snoot vs. Snot

Snoot vs. Snot — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Snoot and Snot

Snootnoun

A snout or nose.

Snotnoun

Nasal mucus; phlegm.

Snootnoun

A snob.

Snotnoun

An annoying, arrogant, or impertinent person.

Snootverb

To treat haughtily

a couple who were snooted by the headwaiter.

Snotnoun

Mucus, especially mucus from the nose.

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Snootnoun

(informal) An elitist individual; one who looks down upon lower social classes.

Snotnoun

A contemptible child.

Snootnoun

A language pedant or snob; one who practices linguistic elitism. en

Snotnoun

A mean fellow.

Snootnoun

A nose or snout, especially in derogatory use.

Snotverb

(ambitransitive) To blow, wipe, or clear (the nose).

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Snootnoun

Snout; especially of a dog ("doggo"), cat ("catto"), or snake ("snek").

Snotverb

(intransitive) To sniff or snivel; to produce snot, to have a runny nose.

Snootnoun

A cylindrical or conical attachment used on a spotlight to restrict spill light.

Snotnoun

a person regarded as arrogant and annoying

Snootverb

To behave disdainfully toward someone. en

Snotnoun

nasal mucus

Snootverb

To apply a snoot attachment to (a light).

Snootnoun

informal terms for the nose