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snotty

1. Literally, full of or covered in nasal mucous. She was so sick that she just spent the whole day in bed surrounded by snotty tissues. A: "You should stay home if you're not feeling well." B: "I'm fine. It's just a snotty nose and a sore throat."
2. Impertinent, contemptible, or rudely disagreeable. What a snotty waiter! Well, I won't be leaving a tip for him, that's for sure. Hey, I just asked if I could borrow your phone. There's no need to be so snotty with me!

snottie

verb
See snotty

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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When reporters are assigned to cover those funny little people toiling away down there in the middle classes, they tend to confuse Style with Snottiness. One particularly nasty example was a Post piece on the benighted folk who buy "genuine oil paintings" to match their living room sofas.
If people are going to read snottiness into your messages regardless of how politely they are written, there isn't much point in worrying about it.
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