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booger

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishboogerboog‧er /ˈbʊɡə, ˈbuː- $ -ər/ noun [countable] American English informal  HBHDCBa thick piece of mucus from your nose
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boogerBen took my magazine home with him - the little booger!We got to install an Indwelling Curiosity Cutout in some nosy booger.Surreptitiously, I stuck boogers on the ends of my fingertips and then tossed them on to the third rail of the subway.Small-time politics, you can hide the boogers.It was enough to fry your brain, to sizzle the boogers in your snout.For years we thought those were boogers on his shirt.
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