snotty

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snotty

and snottie (ˈsnɑdi)
1. mod. nasty with nasal mucus. (Usually objectionable.) Don’t leave your snotty tissues all over the house!
2. mod. bitchy; rude. (Usually objectionable.) Now, there’s no reason to get snottie with me.
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It made you yearn for the unashamed snottiness of Loyd Grossman on Through The Keyhole.
Martin Amis, too, has recently shaken off some of his adolescent snottiness and gotten, well, fatherly.
People change, their search for sanctuary in status symbols, their snottiness, their flaunt, that 'I am a better man than you, Ganga Din body language, the drivel about name dropping, their reworking of the guest list for a party, the right people in their lives, sloughing off the embarrassing old days like snakes their skins.
Still, in one way it must be applauded for putting one of the city's most beautiful buildings to use in some form, even if the eye-watering prices and air of faux snottiness which haunt it is off-putting.
It's not had the greatest of reviews; much criticised for its over indulgence on CGI trickery, lack of character depth and all that other I'm-all-knowing-because-I've-seen-1,000-films snottiness you get from the critics.
Along with some girls who'd previously suffered Jessica's snottiness, they pull together in an effort to reverse the spell before it's too late.
And as for the word ``demeaning,'' ``you are often so rude and curt in your manner, I would upgrade your snottiness to `abusive','' wrote Field, who mentions that he won three local Emmy awards before he left the station as a freelancer.
This is said with a kind of Loyd Grossman snottiness which is almost more irritating than when he used to demand cheese string.
com founder Kurt Andersen, don't pop with the same kind of invective snottiness contained in Gottlieb's passages about Kibu.