snottery

snottery

(ˈsnɒtərɪ)
n
obsolete snot or filth
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No - I burst out greetin' like a big snottery wean and had to be comforted on stage by Rabbie Burns himself.
The Europa League is the Champions League's grotty wee brother, tagging along behind with a snottery nose.
I charged out of my room, ran up the hall and hid, panting and snottery in my kitchen, door shut, blind drawn.
I just couldn't leave the snottery wee face, worried sick in his pyjamas on the couch.
I have a tickly cough which keeps me awake, snottery nose, streaming eyes, sore throat, sore all over - even my fingernails are sore - worst of all is the two blocks of ice pretending to be my feet.
Was impeccably behaved and - except for a few loud, snottery laughs - left with self-esteem intact.
It's as though Andy Townsend's takes my very soul and slaps it off the walls of a dirty close in Partick, then chucks it in a bin full of snottery hankies and rotten bridies.
15am ferry from Port Grimaud, rammed full of snottery French schoolweans.
But classic slang terms such as clype, beamer, jessie, ned, and even a snottery beak, are all coming to life for the first time thanks to a new illustrated book.
Fortunately it had gone away by Saturday and I'm fit enough now, just abit snottery.
And if Maddie was some back-street kiddie with a squint and snottery nose, her picture wouldn't be everywhere either.