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snotter 1

Line breaks: snot|ter
Pronunciation: /ˈsnɒtə/

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noun

(usually snotters) informal , chiefly Scottish
A piece or drop of nasal mucus: one can only imagine the tears and snotters running down his cheeks
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  • What a scene - there were blood and snotters everywhere.
  • The promised blood and snotters had also failed to arrive with only the odd skirmish to disfigure what was turning into an enthralling game of rugby.
  • It seemed this was going to be the phrase that summed up the game, particularly when he went down in a spray of blood and snotters.

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snotter 2 Syllabification: snot·ter
Pronunciation: /ˈsnädər/

noun

Nautical
1A fitting that holds the heel of a sprit close to the mast.
1.1A length of rope with an eye spliced in each end.

Origin

Mid 18th century: of unknown origin.

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