booger


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.
Related to booger: Eye booger

booger

A popular term for a small mass of congealed nasal mucus.
References in periodicals archive ?
SiriusXM NFL Radio hosts include former players, coaches and front office executives including Gil Brandt , Tim Brown , Keith Bulluck , Rich Gannon , Brad Hopkins , Pat Kirwan , James Lofton , Booger McFarland , Jim Miller , Bill Polian , Phil Savage , Amani Toomer and Ross Tucker .
The "Loogie the Booger Genie'' was not your first book.
In what was perhaps his homage to "Naked Came the Stranger," Hiaasen has Booger enjoying "thirteen hundred pounds of saucy sea-cow nooky" as the story comes to a close.
Boog (and, yes, the name inspires the requisite booger jokes) has been living in the garage of Beth, the loving forest ranger (Debra Messing) who rescued him as a cub.
Ms McKinney contacted Lee after Booger died of cancer in April 2006.
The replicas of US owner Bernann McKinney's pit bull Booger were created by a South Korean team at a special rate of pounds 25,000 for her being the first customer, but the usual price will be up to pounds 75,000 per dog.
Captain Underpants & the Big Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy Part 2, Dav Pilkey.
RNL Bio, the company which arranged the re-creation of Booger through his refrigerated ear tissue, hailed the event as the world's first commercial cloning of a pet dog.
Kevin Bolger's SIR FARTSALOT HUNTS THE BOOGER (9781595141767, $10.
They caught five wahoo up to 91 pounds on the Booger, including Austin's first wahoo, which weighed in at 48 pounds.