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have a snoot full

1. To have enough alcoholic beverages as to be intoxicated; to be drunk. Also written as "have a snootful." Primarily heard in US. The wine was free and the waiter kept filling my glass, so by the end of the evening, I'd had a snoot full! We all had a snoot full at the reception after the ceremony.
2. To have more than enough of something; to be fed up with something. Primarily heard in US. To be honest, I've had a snoot full of everyone telling me how to live my life.
See also: full, have, snoot

cock a snook

To regard someone or something with disrespect. Primarily heard in UK. Don't you cock a snook at my instructions—I'm your superior!
See also: cock, snook

cock a snoot

To regard someone or something with disrespect. Primarily heard in UK. Don't you cock a snoot at my instructions—I'm your superior!
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snooted

1. slang Treated haughtily, snobbishly, or condescendingly. I can't believe you were snooted for ordering red wine with chicken. Just who does that waiter think he is? I keep getting snooted when I ride my motorcycle with the local club because it isn't particularly powerful or stylish.
2. slang Drunk. Mom was pretty snooted by the end of the party, so I had to do all the cleaning by myself when the guests finally left. If you didn't spend every night getting snooted on wine, maybe you'd have the inclination to do something more with your life.
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snooted up

slang Drunk. Mom was pretty snooted up by the end of the party, so I had to do all the cleaning by myself when the guests finally left. If you didn't spend every night getting snooted up on wine, maybe you'd have the inclination to do something more with your life.
See also: snoot, up

cock a snook

Thumb one's nose, as in As soon as the teacher turned her back, the boys cocked a snook at her. This expression was first recorded in 1791 and the precise source of snook, here used in the sense of "a derisive gesture," has been lost. It is more widely used in Britain but is not unknown in America.
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cock a snook

openly show contempt or a lack of respect for someone or something. informal, chiefly British
Literally, if you cock a snook, you place your hand so that your thumb touches your nose and your fingers are spread out, in order to express contempt. Recorded from the late 18th century, the expression's origins are uncertain—as are those of the gesture itself, which occurs under a variety of names and in many countries, the earliest definite mention of it being by Rabelais in 1532 .
See also: cock, snook

snoot

(snut)
n. the nose. That’s one fine zit you got on your snoot.

snooted

(ˈsnudəd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. He got himself thoroughly snooted.
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The fixtures are available in three finish combinations: white textured with a dark gray snoot, black textured with a black snoot, and silver textured with a dark-gray snoot.
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Things had changed since Big Bill Thompson, bellicose Mayor of Chicago, threatened "to punch George V on the snoot if that limey sets foot in my city".
They'd get half a snoot on from it, because it was fermented."
One of the secrets of its success was the tiny, very light, two-seat aluminium body which cocked a snoot at rapidly-rusting steel-clad cars.
Now there will those haughty purists who will cock a snoot at the idea of labelling curries with flowery names but I think it's kinda fun cos I'm, like, a kinda fun guy...
Perhaps it will also help the group to figure out that we already have our snoot full fighting al-Qaeda terrorists and establishing a stable government in Afghanistan, and that we don't need other distractions from those missions.
But I have the quaint notion that when a single element in a wine, and ordinarily it's oak, pops out and belts you in the snoot, then it's overdone.
The term I was raised with is SNOOT.(3) The word might be slightly self-mocking, but those other terms are outright dysphemisms.
Don't slop seed on the soil surface as you plant; if you do, rats will find it and then snoot around, detecting and digging up much of what you've planted.