Contrary to popular American belief, snogging is just kissing- not full on lurve action. Full on kissing, yes- but a snog does not define any other sexual act.
I got a little snog off him at the end of the night.
de Chyna 13 août 2004
making out with all the trimmings. Know as being a common term among the Brits, but for Americans its like a piece of verbal candy. The sound and spelling of the word itself doesnt seem to match the meaning, which we all know and love so well
lets get back to snogging, i prefer it over your talking

my parents are out, wanna snog?
de CouRtney 4 juin 2004
The British version of the American term "make-out". Most Americans use it to conceale the true meaning in a conversation from those who do not know the meaning. Also, some prefer the word for personal reasons.
Their folks caught them snogging last night.
de Holcomb 19 juillet 2005
FABBITY-FAB EXTRAS

Snogging Scale

.5 Sticky Eyes
1 Holding Hands
2 Arm Around
3 Goodnight Kiss
4 Kiss lasting over 3 mins. w/out a breath
5 Open Mouth Kissing
6 Tongues
6.5 Ear Snogging
6.75 Neck Nuzzling
7 Upper body fondling: outdoors
8 Upper body fondling: indoors (in bed)
9 Below Waist Activity (b.w.a.)
10 The Full Monty!!
snogging is basically kissing!
de Ali Lansing 15 juillet 2006
The British way to say "kissing". For best results, use an accent.
He wouldn't stop "snogging" Lucy!
de Snogg 13 janvier 2010
british slang for kissing or making out. it has become a popular term in america thanks to the huge success of the harry potter books.
reading harry potter is the first time i was introed to the word snogging
de 07qt 17 novembre 2011
Snogging is an act in which you atempt to swallow your partners toung and eat there face. It is more commonly known as kissing. It can be used to show affection. Snogging is an English word from the UK and it is called "sucking face" there.
Person 1: What are you doing to that girls face?
person 2: We are snogging
de Bunnygirl117 24 décembre 2013

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