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noun as in smelling organ of animate being


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So the virus may have spread when the rodents groomed, rubbed their noses or moved around.

Like the regions in the brain, each stage seeks different types of general pictorial elements like those the brain finds, rather than seeking the eyes, nose, and so on.

The main stumbling block is that we’re still not quite sure how individual smells activate the entire neural highway from nose to brain.

So he convinced his supervisors to let him bring home some equipment so he could evaluate whether cloth masks cut down on the number of potentially virus-laden particles that spew from people’s mouths and noses when they talk, cough or breathe.

There, clusters of nerve endings called glomeruli organize the smell signals picked up in the nose.

I will turn my nose up when you offer me the rest of some delicious pastry that you nibbled on.

They should have pointed the nose of the Airbus down and applied more power.

A spandex mask stretched over his face, covering his eyes and nose.

The struggle continues and Chan is punched, suffering a broken nose.

Also, your nose is in front of your face and the sun will come up tomorrow.

His nose was hooked and rather large, his eyes were blue, bright as steel, and set a trifle wide.

Sympathising with its desires, Benjy changed his posture, and managed just to touch the nose of his enemy.

He walked first to one side, and then the other, rooting in the dirt with his funny, rubbery nose.

He shut his fist and hit Butterface a weak but well intended right-hander on the nose.

The girl began to hum, as she powdered her nose with a white glove, lying in a powder box.

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On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nose, such as: beak, snout, adenoids, bill, horn, and muzzle.

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