aft, angor, turq, bashara, tumshuq
Noun(1) a long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head; especially the nose(2) informal terms for the nose(3) beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e.g. weevils
(1) He covered the animal's snout with his mouth and puffed two breaths into her.(2) She turned and saw the bay nudging his snout through the bars, eager for her strokes.(3) Unlike the common shrew, it has a fat, bulbous head and a short, narrow snout .(4) Most believe that, as a police snout , he set them up for lengthy jail sentences.(5) Gino held the mask over the dog's snout and waited.(6) Tiny, fragile claws poked through the hole, followed by a slender snout , nostrils flaring.(7) his arrest had been the work of some anonymous snout(8) Beneath the projecting snout there is a small, toothless mouth with thick, sucking lips.(9) All tapirs have a short, fleshy proboscis formed by the snout and upper lips.(10) The door creaked open and a furred snout poked out.(11) The crew works until 9 p.m. and all day Saturday repairing the front snout , rear clip and right flame rails.(12) Kathleen stared at the pistol, which he held, that had a cloud of smoke whispering from its snout , then she averted her eyes to the fallen officer.(13) But we should not be sticking our snout in there.(14) Once the snout contacted an ant larva or pupa, the snake would slide the ventral surface of its snout over the top of the prey until the prey item was positioned at or near the front of the mouth.(15) he was stopped by the snout of her pistol(16) They have a pointed snout , and the mouth contains teeth.
1. muzzle ::
2. neb ::
3. snoot ::
4. rostrum ::
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