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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnottysnot‧ty /ˈsnɒti $ ˈsnɑːti/ adjective informal  1 PROUDsomeone who is snotty is rude and annoying, especially because they think that they are more important than other people – used to show disapproval syn snooty some snotty little clerk2 DIRTYwet and dirty with mucus
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snottyShe'd have thought I was just being snotty.Girls thought I was snotty and strange, and guys avoided me.a snotty handkerchiefAnd finally, they are commonly laughed at by snotty ignoramuses who have evidently never been outside at night.Even teaching Boyle's Law to snotty kids in a secondary modern would be better than this.a bunch of snotty rich kidsThe picture bore no relation to the blotchy, snotty, shouting face of angry childhood.They were belligerent, they were bellicose, they were snotty, they were downright rude.The hotel receptionist was a bit snotty to me this morning.Don't get all snotty with me.
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