Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bivalve mollusk.
- adj. Having a nose that is short and turned upward at the tip.
““Cannonball …,” Nilly managed to mumble before that little snub-nose of his hit the wood flooring with a crunching sound.”
“Though I often dress as I picture a Normandy gamine might dress -- Breton striped t-shirts and snub-nose ballet flats -- Normandy was definitely the latter.”
“Benny rolled off the bed, pulled on his jacket - the snub-nose weighted heavy in the pocket - and went to the door.”
“Tornado says, reaching into his pocket, pulling out a snub-nose .22 and holding it against my forehead.”
“Without removing the pillow from his head, he slipped his hand under the mattress and worked his fingers around the grips of his blue-black snub-nose .38.”
“Practically, on the snub-nose side, anything S&W or Colt that carries SIX ROUNDS, not five.”
“I handed him my backup .38-caliber snub-nose revolver.”
“S&W Airweight revolver in.38 Spl a snub-nose 5-shot revolver is an excellent choice, as is the Taurus equivalent or the new Ruger LCR, that most guys and gals can handle as long as they shoot enough rounds to get comfortable with it.”
“The alley wasnt as dark as Danny wouldve liked, and Evan was driving him crazy, spinning the snub-nose like a cowboy in some Sunday matinee.”
“Rachel took off her holster with its. 38-caliber snub-nose pistol, and Sara unstrapped her 9-mm.”
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