snot-nosed


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snot-nosed

1. slang Arrogant and snobbish. I was already bored, but now that we have a snot-nosed tour guide, I'm leaving. Did you hear how judgmental he was about our choice of wine? What a snot-nosed jerk.
2. slang Young and inexperienced. I've been in this job 20 years, and now some snot-nosed kid right out of college is going to tell me what to do? No way!
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It's curious a snot-nosed, 18-year-old has the same vote as a father of seven.
I'm going to do a piece about snot-nosed Gap boys with little asses who work at boutiques that sell clothes for anorexic picks who make up all of 7 percent of the population.
Not since Gwyneth Paltrow snot-nosed her way through her Oscar thank-you speech has waterproof mascara been put through such a test.
But it seems that we are now willing to ditch Charles Dickens or Shakespeare from the curriculum just because some snot-nosed teenager has decided they are 'boring'.
You may have been a snot-nosed, full-of-yourself big-head in Popstars.
When Pamela falls again, a few scenes later, she awakens inside the fantasy: installed in a suburban cottage where pink roses trail across the trellis, and three snot-nosed children are demanding to be fed.
He's the snot-nosed kid who somehow sneaked into the plum job of chief milk monitor.
They will have some snot-nosed kid calling them up and telling them how to run their business.
So, how come we still feel invisible-why do you care so much about those snot-nosed Millennials?
It could have been worse, but McGrory has since been inundated with angry emails and comments, many of which call him a mean-spirited elitist snot-nosed snob, and I'd feel sorry for the guy if I wasn't chuckling over my lunch in the pothole-plagued Canal District.
It keeps us connected to that snot-nosed little grommet we used to be.
Its values would haunt me, however, and half a lifetime later Buddug's snot-nosed brother Gareth turned up in the disguise of a millionaire paperback publisher sporting a Rolls-Royce at the precise time when I was busy complaining that most of the people you met in positions of power in London had been at school with each other.
On the first occasion we entered a field, surveyed the latest intake of snot-nosed, gunge-eyed foals in their woolly, muddy state, and Paul explained the virtues of this "semi-feral" method that hardens weanlings off.
It's tricky because you have egomaniacal billionaire owners that don't want to be told by a despicable agent or a snot-nosed kid what do with their money.
They also know that the word of any lying, snot-nosed kid who claims he's been smacked or shouted at is more likely to be believed than the word of a teacher with 20 years experience and an impeccable record.