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Definition of loogie

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Other terms relating to 'to blow one's nose, sneeze, mucus':

Definitions include: to sneeze and involuntarily, simultaneously flatulate.
Definitions include: excessive mucus or phlegm in one's throat.
Definitions include: a blowing of the nose accomplished by plugging one nostril and blowing forcefully out of the other.
Definitions include: when one blocks one nostril and effectively one's nose without a tissue.
Definitions include: to blow one's nose by blocking one nostril and blowing out the other forcefully.
Definitions include: a solid piece of nasal mucus.
Definitions include: an impudent or arrogant person.
Definitions include: visible mucus in one's nostrils.
Definitions include: mucus; "snot", "boogers".
Definitions include: congealed nasal mucus.
Definitions include: to sneeze and cough at the same time.
Definitions include: a phlegm wad.
Definitions include: to cough up a phlegm wad.
Definitions include: verbally ill-tempered.

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Definitions include: to cough up a phlegm wad.

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