N (plurale tantum). Men's shoes or boots with very pointed toes, such as were popular with male delinquents in the 60s, such as Chelsea boots, Beatle boots, or lesser known makes with even pointier toes. Synonym: fenceclimbers; cockroach killers. Etymology: All three terms refer to humble uses for pointy toes--picking your nose, climbing chain link fences, killing cockroaches taking refuge in a corner. Usage note: In many areas, the term was embellished with group or ethnic names or slurs.
I've been looking for years for a pair of nosepickers at vintage shops but so far I haven't found anything like the ones the guys had in the back of the bus in NYC when I was a kid.
by Tony1953 April 01, 2010
(noun) a person who has a habbit of picking there nose.
by Hannah December 22, 2003
A film, show, sport, etc. that is so bad and boring to watch that you would prefer to pick your nose instead.
The English Patient was a real nose picker for me. Some people would put a baseball game into the same category.
by otter47 April 18, 2009
nose picker; navy slang used to call an aviation machinists mate, aka; jet engine mechanic.
The nose pickers are inspecting the aircraft again.
by bikerbonnie December 07, 2010
A military officer who is a graduate of his or her respective service academy.
It wasn't LCDR Schmedlapp's leadership skills that identified her as a nosepicker...it was the USNA ring two fingers down from the one buried up to the second knuckle in her nose.
by harry flashman July 12, 2003