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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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Charlie the fatman Brown and Simple stood glowering at Snotty Harry and Walter.
A rather unlikable Snotty travels into a strange world through an abandoned garden, and gets involved with an army of gnomes and a band of teddy bears.
This snotty boy is now asking me if his ( Raj) decision to nominate Uddhav as the executive president was correct or not.
It looks like a total one-off and I don't think we have got a snotty horse in the rest of the yard.
That might put the snotty noses of the City big boys out of joint.
His impressions of snotty older sisters are also believable and entertaining.
a small historical district, snotty, gay-boy stuff, called Spaulding Square.
The Vatican's new 728-page Lexicon Recentis Latinitatis has attracted predictable scorn from snotty academics.
TO US SNOTTY EAST COAST AESTHETES, THE DESIG-nation "Texas's oldest art museum" might have a ring equivalent to "Montana's premiere mime troupe.
Of those three, Hamilton was my first choice, though I had reservations about going there because of its reputation for being kind of a snotty, rich-kid school, and because it's in upstate New York, where there's nothing to do.
The rather snotty plurality opinion, written by Thomas, flatly asserts that the "pervasively sectarian" nature of most nonpublic schools is irrelevant.
At the beginning I was a bit nervous because I wasn't quite sure how she would take to it because some of these Ministers are a bit snotty, but she was really nice.
Wacky instructors referred to as "Grossologists" include Snotty Scotty, Marty Farty, Chef Boy-R-DooDoo and Ivana Pop-Zit.
It makes your eyes roll, but the voiceover's snotty tone ('benefits flat", "benefits buddy" - you expect her to say "benefits breathing" next) and cheap jibes about Mark's alcoholism and Lorna's delusions end up leaving a sour taste.
She'd better believe it because the entire audience - including snotty critics - rose to their feet in unison and would still be cheering now, if they hadn't had to vacate the theatre.