Who else nosed out the Fifth of November, save our royal selves?
He has been here two weeks now, and he has nosed out for himself all the dead-walls.
But there's nothing to be nosed out here in this pleasant little den.
Three Hendee Hawks nosed out across the navy field and roared south.
She might be nosed out into the channel again, and headed away from the freight docks.
From the cross street ahead, one from each corner, two motor cars had nosed out into Broadway, blocking the road on both sides.
So in a little while the queen, with her suspicions and her magic crystal, had nosed out the young king's hiding-place.
Last year the tide had turned and Brimfield had nosed out her rival by one touchdown.
Five minutes afterward, storm-lashed but defiant, the Jackson nosed out of the lake into the sheltered bay.
The local deputy, who nosed out all rivalry everywhere, soon began to grow uneasy over this religion.