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  • Hine sorh-wylmas lemede tô lange, he his leódum wearð, eallum äðelingum tô aldor-ceare; swylce oft bemearn ærran mælum swîð-ferhðes sîð snotor ceorl monig,

    Beowulf

  • Häfde þâ gefælsod, se þe ær feorran com, snotor and swýð-ferhð sele Hrôðgâres, genered wið nîðe.

    Beowulf

  • Hine sorh-wylmas lemede tō lange, hē his lēodum wearð, eallum æðelingum tō aldor-ceare; swylce oft bemearn ǣrran mǣlum swīð-ferhðes sīð snotor ceorl monig,

    Beowulf

  • Hæfde þā gefǣlsod, sē þe ǣr feorran cōm, snotor and swȳð-ferhð sele Hrōðgāres, genered wið nīðe.

    Beowulf

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  • "Darling!" I pined - I dote her -
    "You're so devastatingly snotor!"
    But she was less than impressed
    With my sycophantic best
    And ran over me with her motor.

    September 1, 2011

  • snotor, snoter, snottor, snotter, snottra adj. - clever, wise, intelligent, prudent, discerning, sagacious

    September 1, 2011