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Alternative clues for the word nose

Winning margin, maybe


Find, with "out"

It won't get far by running

It may be stuffy

Bridge site

Barely beat, with "out"

Investigate, with "around"

Pinocchio's giveaway

Rocket's front

Advance cautiously

Rose bouquet

It smells a lot

Part of a plane

Smoke detector

Victory margin, at times

Bloodhound's sensor


Detecting ability

Small winning margin

Scent detection device

Plane part

It usually smells

It smells great

Rocket part

Newshawk's asset?

It may be held underwater

Narrow margin of victory

Carrot on a snowman, perhaps

Symbol of prying

Margin of victory, maybe

Detection ability

Pliers part

Roman ___

Very slim margin

Bloodhound's asset

It smells


Narrow margin

Boxer's punching spot

The scenter of things?

Snoop (around)

Wine characteristic

It can sense scents

Tissue's target

Jet part

Rudolph's beacon

It can take your breath away

See 35-Across

Find (out)

Cyrano's protrusion

Smoke detector?

Place for a ring


Reporter's asset

It may be wrinkled


Scent detector

Durante's famous feature

Bloodhound feature



Narrow victory margin

Scent receiver

Rhinoplasty target

Identi-Kit selection

Winning margin, sometimes

Airplane part

Mr. Potato Head piece

It has two holes

Tracking ability

Prominent part of a Groucho disguise

Holder of spectacles

Oenophile's interest

Rocket head

One can get stuffy

Nail-biting margin of victory



A hook might give it a hook

Slim win margin

Thin margin of victory

Beak or beat

It's in front of the cockpit

Bridge locale

Supporter of shades

What the hyphen in an emoticon often represents

Bad thing to pick

You might hold it by a trash can

Torpedo part

Missing part of the Great Sphinx of Giza

Abnormal part of Voldemort's visage

1-Down quality


Sometimes-pierced body part

Oenophile's concern

Red feature of Ronald McDonald

Thing twitched on "Bewitched"

Wine bouquet

___ cone

Part of many an emoticon

Scent picker-upper

Part of the body associated with sneezing, sniffling and snoring

Wine quality

The sense of smell (especially in animals)

A projecting spout from which a fluid is discharged

A natural skill

The organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract

The prominent part of the face of man or other mammals

A small distance

The front or forward projection of a tool or weapon

Look (around)

It can be hooked or pierced

Air port?


Move forward

Pinocchio feature

Photo-finish feature

Rudolph's high beam

Kind of guard

Shostakovich opera, with "The"

Photo-finish item

"Gandle Follows His ___": H. Broun

Kind of cone or dive

Part of a jet

Word with bag or cone

Pinocchio's problem

Roman or blue follower

Word with dive or drops

Durante trademark

Kind of dive


A winning margin

Word with bag or job

Kind of cone (4)


Winning margin

Olfactory organ

Cyrano's large feature

Outstanding feature of Cyrano

Pinocchio's lie detector

Fuselage part

___ out (barely win)

Pinocchio's polygraph

It may really smell

Ship's prow

On the ____ (precisely)

Tracking power


Rudolph's salient feature

A sensor

Cyrano's outstanding feature

News-gathering asset

___ about (snoop)

Investigatory aid

Margin of victory, sometimes

Photo-finish margin

Margin of loss

Kind of job

Rudolph's rubicund feature

Win by a ___

Durante's schnozzola

Durante feature

Feature up front

Bozo's beezer

Pug or Roman

___ around (pry)

Kind of cone

Cyrano's problem

Big A margin

Newshound's faculty

Something to follow

Winning margin, at times

Word with cone or dive

Lie detector on Pinocchio

Two-holed feature

Facial feature

A ___ for news

Rhinologist's study

Glasses supporter

Prow of a ship

Word with dive or gay

Neapolitan's naso

Rocket part, with 42 Down

Face part

Durante asset

Cyrano's cynosure

One margin of victory

Word definitions for nose in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES as plain as day/the nose on your face (= very clear ) chiselled features/chin/mouth/nose etc ▪ his chiselled good looks hurt your arm/leg/nose etc ▪ He hurt his knee playing football. nose job parson's nose Roman...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Nose \Nose\ (n[=o]z), n. [AS. nosu; akin to D. neus, G. nase, OHG. nasa, Icel. n["o]s, Sw. n["a]sa, Dan. n["a]se, Lith. nosis, Russ. nos', L. nasus, nares, Skr. n[=a]s[=a], n[=a]s. [root]26 Cf. Nasal , Nasturtium , Naze , Nostril , Nozzle .] 1. (Anat.)...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A protuberance on the face housing the nostrils, which are used to breathe or smell. vb. 1 (context intransitive English) To move cautiously by advancing its front end. 2 (context intransitive English) To snoop. 3 (context transitive English) To detect...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"perceive the smell of," 1570s; "pry, search," 1640s, from nose (n.). Related: Nosed ; nosing .

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract; the prominent part of the face of man or other mammals; "he has a cold in the nose" [syn: olfactory organ ] a front that resembles a human nose (especially the front of an aircraft); "the nose...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
The nose is a protuberance in vertebrates which admits and expels air for respiration and contains olfactory receptors for sensing odors. Nose may also refer to:

Usage examples of nose.

Chemical rockets in the nose fired to slow it, dirty ablation smoke was pouring out of all ninety-six brake drums.

The cooking, I can tell you, kept her nose to the pot, and even if there was nothing in it, even if there was no pot, she had to keep watching that it came aboil just the same.

A woman raised in an environment so full of honor and respect, and someone who, according to the academician, led her whole family around by their noses, had thought it worthwhile to talk to him, and in a way that came rather close to friendliness.

A little mouth, a delicate little nose, and a face pitted and scarred by the acne of his youth.

Seawolf responded to the rudder, the nose cone avoiding the pier to the south of Pier 4 as the vessel moved into the channel and a violent white foamy wake boiled up aft at the rudder.

By that time the warhead received its signal to detonate and the fuse flashed into incandescence, lighting off an intermediate explosive set in the center of the main explosive, which erupted into a white-hot segment that detonated the high-explosive cylinder of the unit in the nose cone aft of the seeker and navigation modules forward of the central processor.

Finally, his F-14 was lined up on catapult one, the deck sailors attaching the catapult to the nose gear Collins checked his instruments, the twin turbines purring aft, waiting to be kicked into full thrust.

The bomb aimer was supposed to tome up on to the main flight-deck for the landing but I always stayed down in the nose in case the pilot needed any last-minute guidance.

Dismounting in the outer yard, Alec wrinkled his nose at the dismal stench of urine and burning tallow that hung over the place.

Frigid water whipped in a convection wind, then streamed from their bodies, running from their noses, blinding their eyes with the algid wind.

His bold cheekbones, aggressive nose, and strong jaw were as exotic, compelling, and mysterious to Amaryllis as the alien artifacts themselves.

Colonel, fix a cloth over his nose and attempt to regulate the flow of the anesthetic from the bottle into a very slow drip.

The sergeant was in mufti, a sack suit in windowpane check of a color that brought out the spider angioma on the side of his nose.

I nose your onur to be a genteelman of more onur and onesty, if I ever said ani such thing, to repete it to hurt a pore servant that as alwais add thee gratest respect in thee wurld for ure onur.

For Kenneth, not being more or less above the law like the Duke, or outside it like the Archdeacon, had a distinct feeling that, though it might be good fun to steal your own property under the nose of the police, the police were still likely to maintain an interest in it.