from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. nostril found in the beak of a bird
- n. nostril
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A nostril.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A nostril; especially, the nostril of a hawk.
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Their customers nare not buying but saving so fruitless exercise to give them money.
In the shot where The Batman makes his appearance, his gloved hand reaches in to grab a nare-do-well's firearm and then Batman simply bends the barrel...and not just a little bit, either.
June 15, 2009 at 7:38 am you must answer me these questions three, nare the other saide ye see!
LINDA i did not call YOU a chicken-hawk bitch …. but MAnn coulter a chicken-hawk bitch … unless you nare also Ann Coulter in desquise ….
Omnia in quorum nare erat anhelitus spiritus vitae, ex omnibus quae erant in sicco, mortua sunt.
He placed his right hand over his heart and said in a clear and forceful voice, "I, Elslow Kent Hampton, give you my loyalty and vow on this day nare to betray you."
I was the fourth young'un, and weren't nare a one of them big enough to wait on
'Sonat hic de nare canina littera'; and compare Ben Jonson, _English
Couldn't see out no eye nor nare (neither) one o 'my eye.
Yer teeth be lik a flock of ship just shared, dat come up from de ship-wash; every one of em bears tweens, an nare a one among em is barren.