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8.
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.
by APDamien January 17, 2012
 
1.
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."
by Niix Starkyller June 03, 2004
 
2.
British children's and young adult's slang for "Kissing". It also describes a lusty wild kiss...
by J. Michael Reiter August 20, 2003
 
3.
A term to describe heavy kissing like a french kiss.
They were snogging at the bar yesterday.
by Remotely Qeued For Life November 13, 2003
 
4.
verb; making out passionately
lets go snog while my parents are gone
by lindsey February 24, 2005
 
5.
british for kissing
he is so cute i want to snog him all night!
by angus luver July 11, 2003
 
6.
To kiss with an open mouth. French kiss. Toungie.
Hey nice shoes! Wanna snog?
by louis October 24, 2001
 
7.
1. v- Making out, but British (to snog, snogging snogged)
2. n- Vegan eggnog made with soy milk and without eggs
1. Jean and John participated in some good old-fashioned snogging between class periods

2. Discreetly imposing her vegan lifestyle on John, Jean forcefully encouraged him to try some snog, but her efforts were in vain.
by Nouvelle Vague October 24, 2009