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Definition of SNERT

SNERT

  • acronym for "snot-nosed egotistical rude teenage". Used when we believe someone is "making up" their pregnancy, a liar, someone whose facts don't add up. Origin: AOL-LIFE-"PREGNANT" room.
    All the ladies think she is a snert.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by Carrie S. from KY, USA on Nov 26 1999.

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