Definition of snog in English:

snog

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Pronunciation: /snɒɡ
 
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British informal

verb (snogs, snogging, snogged)

[no object]
Kiss and cuddle amorously: the pair were snogging on the sofa [with object]: he snogged my girl at a party
More example sentences
  • It lasts for all of 30 seconds and consists of the pair snogging and tearing at each other's clothing, but even so Jones was nervous.
  • Last night in Manchester, for example, I snogged three different girls after the show.
  • Couples snogged at intermission and left holding hands at the end as if they'd been through something very profound together.

noun

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A long kiss or a period of amorous kissing and cuddling: he gave her a proper snog, not just a peck
More example sentences
  • There aren't even any snogs, but there is one big kiss at the most crucial point of the play which, he assures me, is guaranteed to make the young crowd go ballistic.
  • There were a lot of ugly people trying to get a snog, which was quite disturbing, but I was kissing loads of policemen.
  • So that was my staff night out, no salacious gossip, no regretted snogs, no snogs at all in fact (well not on my part anyway), but I made some new friends and that is always a good thing.

Origin

1940s: of unknown origin.

Derivatives

snogger

noun
More example sentences
  • Anway, if the smoking snogger had called me, he probably would have been in for a disappointment.
  • Unlike Paul Simon's old lover, my old snogger did not seem so pleased to see me, she just smiled.
  • Few other on-screen snoggers are able to match the star's record, face-suck for face-suck, slobber for slobber.

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