Literally, to kiss (British slang).
Often includes activities that would be included in "making out", e.g., necking.
One wag defined it as "anything you can do with a married woman in her husband's presence." (This assumes a 'monogamous' marriage rather than an "open" one.)
Literal sense: Ginny just grabbed me, dragged me into a broom closet, and snogged the life out of me.
More general: Helen and Joe were sitting on the couch, snogging. She left lipstick all over him from the collar up. I swear his hands were inches from her tits. And Fred (Helen's husband) just sat there, watching the game on TV, completely ignoring it.
1. verb; to interface passionately with another being, creating a field of physical obsession and focused arousal +centered+ on the lips, mouth and tongue.
2. verb; to play tonsil hockey
3. verb; to give comfort or show affection to a fellow user of an internet forum. (syn: /lick, /spamHug)
"...the world melts away into a clutter of noise and shadow when we're snogging..."
"...let's snog, baby."
"Awww, sorry to hear that Joslo. /snog."
British children's and young adult's slang for "Kissing". It also describes a lusty wild kiss...
A term to describe heavy kissing like a french kiss.
They were snogging at the bar yesterday.
verb; making out passionately
lets go snog while my parents are gone
british for kissing
he is so cute i want to snog him all night!
To make out heavily.
"Look at those two in the back of the club snogging."
Hey nice shoes! Wanna snog?