snotnose

snotnose

slang A derogatory or dismissive term for a young child or infant. Why don't you leave the snotnose with your parents so we can go have a meal to ourselves for once? A: "Who's the snotnose?" B: "It's just my little brother. My mom made me bring him along."

snotnose(d) kid

1. An adolescent or child, especially one who is troublesome or burdensome. There's a bunch of snotnosed kids throwing eggs at houses around the neighborhood. A: "My mom is making me bring my little brother with us to the mall." B: "Ah, geez, I don't want some snotnose kid hanging around us all day!"
2. A younger person who is inexperienced or naïve yet also arrogant, brash, or haughty. I've been working at this company for 20 years. I don't need some snotnosed kid coming in and telling me how to do my job! What makes you think you could run this company any better? You're nothing but a snotnose kid!
See also: kid

snotnose(d) (kid)

Inf. a young child; a relatively young person. (Derogatory. Potentially offensive. Use only with discretion.) Some little snotnose swiped my wallet. A little snotnosed kid came in and asked for money.

snotnose(d) kid

and snotnose
n. a young child; a relatively young person. (Rude and derogatory.) Some little snotnose swiped my wallet.
See also: kid, snotnosed

snotnose

verb

snotnose kid

verb
See also: kid, snotnose
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