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Definitions of nose:

part of speech: noun

Nasus; the organ of smell, organon olfactus, and one of the accessory organs of respiration, the beginning or entrance of the air- passages; the prominence in the center of the face formed of bone and cartilage. The organ of smell occupies the upper portion of the nasal cavity, the respiratory part is the lower portion.

Usage examples for nose:

  • She had a nose for news and made a fair success, until she took to sitting up at night to write " real stuff" as she called it. "The Dual Alliance", Marjorie Benton Cooke
  • Don't move- step on his nose if he gets too close. "The Young Forester", Zane Grey
  • He's always got his nose buried in those books you brought." "Abe Lincoln Gets His Chance", Frances Cavanah

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