Definitions

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  • n. nose

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Liz, I think what 2T and I referred to about her schnozz was the drooping "wattle."

    BlondeSense

  • All the focus on the Acura's once-unfortunate schnozz obscured a fine piece of driving machinery.

    Acura's Good Grille

  • THE "BORN" IDENTITY: The "Born This Way" episode of Glee is even more AfterSchool Special than usual, a sporadically enjoyable seminar in self-acceptance with a chaser of Nip/Tuck, as Rachel considers altering her schnozz after Finn busts it in rehearsal, prompting Mr. Schue to urge the entire glee club — and OCD gal pal Emma — to embrace their metaphorical warts.

    Matt's TV Week in Review: A Wedding, A Farewell, and More!

  • This little foam hood Velcros around your shades to keep your schnozz from frying.

    Look Hot Without Burning

  • I understand that sometimes the schnozz needs a little maintenance work, but as Seinfeld aptly demonstrated, doing so in the car is fraught with peril.

    If you must do it, at least do it right

  • Williams greeted me at the door with a big smile on his face and a bigger shotgun pointed at my schnozz.

    PAUL IS UNDEAD

  • May 28, 2010 at 7:52 pm schnozz berrees sownd leik dey mite bee ay bit saltee.

    Cat Massage - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • A rabbit has been calculated to possess one-hundred-million olfactory receptors-small wonder its little schnozz is always twitching, it is trapped in an undulating blizzard of aromatic stimuli-and Marcel "Bunny" LeFever was reputed, with some exaggeration, to be the human equivalent of Peter Cottontail.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • Someone, anyone, please punch Friedman in his mustachioed schnozz.

    Patrick Sauer: The Winners & Losers of Campaign '08

  • Still, what Brooks fails to see that's right in front of his schnozz is that a leader like Obama expresses no preference for one role (campaigner) over another (POTUS).

    Mike Bonifer: Improviser in Chief

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