Did you by any chance mean schnozzle?
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“Q: My father-in-law is prone to lapse into a sort of pidgin English replete with “hot-cha-cha's” and terms like “schnozzola” when talking to our five month-old son.”
“We don ` t expect them to be Columbo, but hey, open up your schnozzola and smell, guys.”
“After the show, we went backstage and saw the famous “schnozzola” himself, standing in the doorway in such a way that we could only see his nose.”
“They're macho, but they have a comic aspect with that schnozzola of theirs.”
“Love is a fine linen handkerchief/Into which Eros keeps blaring his tumescent schnozzola/At dawn the angels weep Clorox.”
“Bullwinkle grew out of Anderson's appreciation that there's "something majestic" about moose: "They're macho, but they have a comic aspect, with that schnozzola of theirs.”
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Just plain fun to say and wonder about their origins.
Some words are just plain fun to say... they give me a smirk or chuckle to read and think about or to randomly spout aloud and bemuse my children.
Linguistic exuberance from the childrens' books of William Steig
That's my nose!
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