1. v. (snoft, snofted) To gain the upper hand in a way that makes the victim feel foolish.
2. (was snofted, got snofted) To be on the receiving end of a snoft.
2. To dismiss a partner in a way that they cannot see coming; a betrayal.
3. n. The act of gaining the upper hand.
It's starting to look like Bush got snofted in Iraq.
That was a pretty good snoft you pulled on the phone company.