What is another word for snot?

Pronunciation: [snˈɒt] (IPA)

Snot is slang for the mucus that is produced by your nose and throat. It can be gross or uncomfortable, and most people would probably prefer to avoid discussing it. However, there are plenty of synonyms and euphemisms for snot that you can use instead. Some examples include phlegm, mucus, boogers, slime, goop, and mucous secretion. Other playful terms include nasal discharge, nose goblins, and nose drool. Ultimately, whatever you choose to call it, snot is a natural and necessary bodily function that helps to keep us healthy, so it's nothing to be ashamed of!

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Famous quotes with Snot

  • Or... if you actually waited until you were married to lose your virginity, because you are so much a better person than the sniveling snot that we are, you were able to do that, because you were able to wait through everything, through all those feelings, all those hormones, all of that, you could wait, until that night to make love to (for the first time) to the person that you are gonna make love to for the rest of your life, because are a gambler on a level that I have fuckin' imagined! My hat is off to you! What courage!
    Lewis Black
  • His speech is clumsy, with a toadlike indolence, long winded, pedantic, choppy. The words tumble from his mouth in sentence fragments, which he holds back as much as possible, as if they were earning interest. It takes forever and a day for him to push out a clump of hardened brain snot. Then he writhes in painful ecstasy, as if he had sugar on his rotten teeth. A very slow blab machine. An obsolete model with a non-working switch — it can't be turned off unless you cut off the electric power altogether. So I'd have to smash him in the kisser. No, I'd have to knock him unconscious. But even if he were unconscious he'd keep talking. Even if his vocal cords were sliced through, he'd keep talking like a ventriloquist. Even if his throat were cut and his head were chopped off, speech balloons would still dangle from his mouth like gases emitted by internal decay.
    Werner Herzog
  • "I was standing outside myself trying to stop those hangings with ghost fingers. . . . I am a ghost wanting what every ghost wants—a body—after the Long Time moving through odorless alleys of space where no life is only the colorless no smell of death. . . . Nobody can breathe and smell it through pink convulsions of gristle laced with crystal snot, time shit and black blood filters of flesh"
    William S. Burroughs
  • Summer fog. It leached all color and substance from the world, leaving only grays. Lead gray tombstone gray cobweb gray ash gray snot gray dust gray corpse gray. It was unheard-of that there be fog at this time of the year, late August. So it had to be another portent — as dire a one as the death of the One-Handed Warrior. There were many who said that the fog had its origin in the supercooled ashes of the hero: each molecule of his scattered body accreting water vapor, each tiny relic drawing to itself the air's own tears to fashion this wide-spreading shroud over the Many-Colored Land.
    Julian May

Related words: snot green, snot boy, green slime, itching on nose, nose ichy, nose red sore, nose irritation, brown goo on nose, snotty nose

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