from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a face in which the nasal bone is higher at the nose than at the stop: applied to dogs. This peculiarity is frequently seen in pointers. Vero Shaw, Book of the Dog.
- Having a round flattish face, like a reversed plate: said of persons.
- Said of a horse in which the profile of the face is concave.
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