Definition of Snotted
1. snot [v] - See also: snot
Lexicographical Neighbors of Snotted
Literary usage of Snotted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookman (1910)
"... where the footprints of the extinct people still show in the mind on pavement and gutter, and the street is snotted with big blue bubbles of lamplight. ..."
2. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
"snotted (popular), being reprimanded, hauled over the coals. This corresponds to the French mouchi, used in the same metaphorical sense. ..."
3. Songs of Three Centuries edited by John Greenleaf Whittier (1875)
"... the wounds in Jesu's side He would proclaim it far and wide With trump and solemn heraldry, That they who thus had wronged the dame Were base as snotted ..."
4. Remarks on Antiquities, Arts and Letters During an Excursion in Italy in the by Joseph Forsyth, Isaac Forsyth (1820)
"... in snotted handkerchiefs , clap gentlemen on the thigh, keep conversation continually fluttering on the brink of obscenity, and often pass the line. ..."
5. Nests and Eggs of North American Birds by Oliver Davie (1900)
"Four eggs vary greatly in color, from finely snotted to heavily splashed with different shades of brown; sizes, 2.44x1.96, 2.55x1.96, 2.45x2.00, 2.40x1.92. ..."