snotter


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snotter

(ˈsnɒtər)
n
(Physiology) (often plural) another word for snot
vb (intr)
1. (Physiology) to breathe through obstructed nostrils
2. to snivel or blubber

snotter


Past participle: snottered
Gerund: snottering

Imperative
snotter
snotter
Present
I snotter
you snotter
he/she/it snotters
we snotter
you snotter
they snotter
Preterite
I snottered
you snottered
he/she/it snottered
we snottered
you snottered
they snottered
Present Continuous
I am snottering
you are snottering
he/she/it is snottering
we are snottering
you are snottering
they are snottering
Present Perfect
I have snottered
you have snottered
he/she/it has snottered
we have snottered
you have snottered
they have snottered
Past Continuous
I was snottering
you were snottering
he/she/it was snottering
we were snottering
you were snottering
they were snottering
Past Perfect
I had snottered
you had snottered
he/she/it had snottered
we had snottered
you had snottered
they had snottered
Future
I will snotter
you will snotter
he/she/it will snotter
we will snotter
you will snotter
they will snotter
Future Perfect
I will have snottered
you will have snottered
he/she/it will have snottered
we will have snottered
you will have snottered
they will have snottered
Future Continuous
I will be snottering
you will be snottering
he/she/it will be snottering
we will be snottering
you will be snottering
they will be snottering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snottering
you have been snottering
he/she/it has been snottering
we have been snottering
you have been snottering
they have been snottering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snottering
you will have been snottering
he/she/it will have been snottering
we will have been snottering
you will have been snottering
they will have been snottering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snottering
you had been snottering
he/she/it had been snottering
we had been snottering
you had been snottering
they had been snottering
Conditional
I would snotter
you would snotter
he/she/it would snotter
we would snotter
you would snotter
they would snotter
Past Conditional
I would have snottered
you would have snottered
he/she/it would have snottered
we would have snottered
you would have snottered
they would have snottered
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Donald McCain's charge stood still at the start, giving away 15 lengths in terribly heavy ground and the pouring rain, yet still pushed past Play The Ace up the run-in only to jink just yards from the post and lose by a snotter.
A right blood and snotter, it had the lot and I am sure both sets of fans went away happy.
And the agony on my face as Willougby Park fended off his late thrusts in one of the finishes of the Festival to win by a snotter would have cracked 10 mirrors.
I do not pretend to have any great knowledge about hawking, but the practicalities, as far as I understand them, are that the only birds big enough and strong enough to snotter a fox are the Golden Eagle and the Eagle Owl, although the law does not specify the calibre or the muzzle velocity of the "hawk".
With No2, you can only gauge how much they've grown by the rising snotter marks on your coat.
I need to be home, close and ready to face what will happen next I hope if I wail, weep and pound my fists and snotter more than anyone has snottered before I may find a way to sleep - to refresh my brain, my head and my heart.
But just a couple of miles down the road it was blood and snotters as the city's two rivals took centre stage.
In a sudden, deadly flurry, leaving only blood and foam and snotters on an otherwise calm surface?
I have often opened the salt kiln to find that months of work has been destroyed by any number of catastrophic events: floor blowouts, misplaced snotters, shelves melted or collapsed.
But it wasn't all blood and snotters, and in its usual engaging fashion, Corrie weaved in some magical moments of comedy.
If that's a euphemism for snotters and spittle down your back, pish and clouds of hash, then, yes, a bus is life's big tapestry.