snoot

[snoot]
noun
1.
Slang. the nose.
2.
Informal. a snob.
verb (used with object)
3.
Informal. to behave disdainfully toward; condescend to: New arrivals in the town were snooted by older residents.

Origin:
1860–65; variant of snout

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snoot (snuːt)
 
n
1.  slang the nose
2.  photog, films, television a cone-shaped fitment on a studio light to control the scene area illuminated
 
[C20: variant of snout]

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snoot
"the nose," 1861, originally a Scottish variant of snout. The adj. snooty is first recorded 1919, probably an alteration of snouty (1858), the notion being of looking down one's nose. Snootful "as much (liquor) as one can take" is attested from 1918.
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snoot definition

[snut]
  1. n.
    the nose. : That's one fine zit you got on your snoot.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
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And they don't fight each other when they have a snoot full, he says.
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