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snotrag

slang A handkerchief, especially one that is kept in one's pocket primarily to wipe or blow one's nose. I always thought it was so disgusting carrying a snotrag around with you. Like, why would you put a rag full of mucous back in your pocket? I handed him my snotrag so he could wipe the tears from his eyes.
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snotrag

n. a handkerchief. (Usually objectionable.) Don’t you carry a snotrag?
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