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nasal of the nose. [2 definitions]
nosebleed bleeding from the nose.
nostril one of the two outside openings in the nose.
nuzzle to touch, push, or rub the nose against.
opossum a small mammal with gray fur, a pointed nose, and a long tail, which it uses to hang from tree branches. The common opossum is the only marsupial that lives in North America. Several other kinds of opossums live in Central and South America. The female opossum carries her young in a pouch in her belly. [1/2 definitions]
pig an animal with a wide, flat nose, four short legs, a thick body, and a short, curly tail. Pigs are mammals with hooves. Wild pigs often have tusks. Domestic pigs are raised for their meat, which is called pork. Adult pigs are also called hogs. [1/2 definitions]
pointer any of several breeds of dogs. Pointers are dogs that are trained to hunt birds by pointing with the nose and body toward the animal being hunted. [1/4 definitions]
shrew a very small animal with a long, pointed nose and tiny eyes. Shrews are mammals that eat insects. Many kinds of shrews live in Europe, Asia, North America, and northern South America. Some shrews are smaller than any other kind of mammal.
sinus any of the hollow places in the skull that connect with the nose.
smell to sense the odor of by means of the nose. [1/8 definitions]
sneeze to let out a sudden, involuntary burst of air through the mouth and nose. [1/2 definitions]
sniff to take in short breaths of air through the nose that can be heard. [4 definitions]
snort to push air through the nose in a noisy, rough, and forceful way. [2/4 definitions]
snout the front part of an animal's head that sticks out. The snout includes the nose, mouth, and jaws.
stuffy having a plugged nose. [1/3 definitions]
wolf a wild mammal that has a pointed nose, pointed ears, and a bushy tail. Wolves are closely related to coyotes, dogs, and foxes. They usually eat birds and other small animals, but they also hunt in packs for larger animals such as deer. Wolves used to be common in Europe, Asia, and North America, but are now extinct or endangered in most areas. [1/2 definitions]