verb (used without object)
(of animals) to force the breath violently through the nostrils with a loud, harsh sound:
The spirited horse snorted and shied at the train.
(of persons) to express contempt, indignation, etc., by a similar sound.
Slang. to take a drug by inhaling.
verb (used with object)
to utter with a snort.
to expel (air, sound, etc.) by or as by snorting.
Slang. to take (a drug) by inhaling:
to snort cocaine.
the act or sound of snorting.
Slang. a quick drink of liquor; shot.
an act or instance of taking a drug by inhalation.
the amount of drug inhaled.
(intransitive) to exhale forcibly through the nostrils, making a characteristic noise
(intransitive) (of a person) to express contempt or annoyance by such an exhalation
(transitive) to utter in a contemptuous or annoyed manner
(slang) to inhale (a powdered drug) through the nostrils
a forcible exhalation of air through the nostrils, esp (of persons) as a noise of contempt or annoyance
(slang) an instance of snorting a drug
(slang) Also called snorter. a short drink, esp an alcoholic one
(slang) the snorkel on a submarine
noun 1. Vulgar. mucus from the nose. 2. Informal. a disrespectful or supercilious person. noun (usually considered vulgar) 1. nasal mucus or discharge 2. (slang) a contemptible person snot (snŏt) n. Nasal mucus; phlegm. snort
noun, Vulgar. 1. a handkerchief. snot
noun 1. (often pl) another word for snot verb (intransitive) 2. to breathe through obstructed nostrils 3. to snivel or blubber
adjective, snottier, snottiest. 1. Vulgar. of or relating to snot. 2. Informal. snobbish; arrogant; supercilious: a snotty kid. adjective -tier, -tiest 1. dirty with nasal discharge 2. (slang) contemptible; nasty 3. snobbish; conceited noun (pl) -ties 4. a slang word for midshipman snotnose