From eejit to slabbery snotter
DONOVAN "Ya donnert wee dowfie!" the Trunchbull belloched.
A right blood and snotter
, it had the lot and I am sure both sets of fans went away happy."
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
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".
"I lied about my age to get the part of `The Snotter
'," he says.
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.
If Paul Hartley blows a snotter
out of his nose this tells you how far it went.
And he warned France it will be a full-scale blood and snotters
occasion this weekend as the players look to secure their place in the 31-man squad for Japan.
During the interval, ower a cuppie, we mutually snottered
about how prood we were, then to the lavvies afore arriving back, slightly late, when the auditorium had been plunged into darkness.
(32) The "snotters
" he describes as "a sort of fleshly skin that hangs over the nose." Ibid., 75.