from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An aquiline nose.
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- n. an aquiline nose
- n. someone with such a nose
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- n. a nose with a prominent slightly aquiline bridge
A few moments later, another protester made a break for the stage wearing a gigantic papier-mâché mask that someone told me looked like a caricature of the speaker featuring a giant hooknose.
He spoke of his hooknose as ‘Roman’, and was proud of his resemblance to some Roman Emperor — it was
Aram Baksh came forward, walking softly, a portly man, with a black beard that swept his breast, a jutting hooknose, and small black eyes which were never still.
He spoke of his hooknose as Roman, and was proud of his resemblance to some Roman Emperorit was Vespasian, I think.
They had all chosen baby parrots, with childish looks upon their hooknose faces; they had no tails yet; they were green, of a wonderful shade.
She's fond of Adiante, and she sympathises with her brother Edward made a grandfather through the instrumentality of that foreign hooknose; and Patrick must turn the two dagger sentiments to a sort of love-knot and there's the task he'll have to work out in his letter to Miss Caroline.
All Jews are wealthy; all Jews are money-grubbers; they all have the hooknose - all the old stereotypes that you saw from Nazi Germany.
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