Definition of Snotters

1. snotter [v] - See also: snotter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snotters

snot-nosed
snot rag
snot rocket
snot rockets
snotball
snotlike
snotnose
snotnosed
snotnoses
snots
snotted
snotter
snottered
snotteries
snotters (current term)
snottery
snottie
snottier
snotties
snottiest
snottily
snottiness
snottinesses
snotting
snottite
snotty
snotty-nosed
snottygobble
snottygobbles

Literary usage of Snotters

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1. Notes by a Naturalist on the "Challenger": Being an Account of Various by Henri Nottidge Moseley (1879)
"The old sealers used to eat the trunks as a tit-bit, calling them " snotters." Goodridge speaks of it as " a sort of fleshy skin, which hangs over the nose. ..."

2. Old Tales of a Young Country by Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke (1871)
"For food they used the heart, tongue, sweet-bread, snotters (the fleshy proboscis which hangs over the nose, and gives the creature its name), ..."

3. Devonshire Characters and Strange Events by Sabine Baring-Gould (1908)
"The parts we made use of for food, were the heart, tongue, sweetbread, and the tender parts of the skin ; the snotters (a sort of fleshy skin which hangs ..."

4. Devonshire Characters and Strange Events by Sabine Baring-Gould (1908)
"The parts we made use of for food, were the heart, tongue, sweetbread, and the tender parts of the skin ; the snotters (a sort of fleshy skin which hangs ..."

5. Narrative of a Voyage to the South Seas, and the Shipwreck of the Princess by Charles Medyett Goodridge (1843)
"... snotters, (a sort of fleshy skin which hangs over the nose,) and the flippers, (a sort of fin which assists the animal in swimming. ..."

6. Narrative of a Voyage to the South Seas, and the Shipwreck of the Princess by Charles Medyett Goodridge (1838)
"... tongue, sweetbread, and the tender parts of the skin ; the snotters, (a sort of fleshy skin which hangs over the nose,) and the flippers, ..."

7. Introduction to Mammalia by Charles Hamilton Smith (1858)
"... large prominent eyes, the males provided with a double folding dilatable skin, forming a kind of proboscis, by the South Sea sealers termed snotters; ..."

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