Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Destitute or deprived of a nose.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Destitute of a nose.

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  • adjective Lacking a nose.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having no nose

Etymologies

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nose +‎ -less

Examples

  • Pictured above is the "noseless" version...you have the option of leaving the nose on or off of Doom's face.

    Archive 2006-08-13

  • Pictured above is the "noseless" version...you have the option of leaving the nose on or off of Doom's face.

    Archive 2006-08-13

  • It was not a face -- only wasted or wasting features -- a living ravage, noseless, lipless, with one ear swollen and distorted, hanging down to the shoulder.

    The Sheriff of Kona

  • The noseless man backed up, head down in deference.

    G'lder

  • I am aware that within this disintegrating body which has been dying since I was born I carry a skeleton, that under the rind of flesh which is called my face is a bony, noseless death's head.

    Chapter 36

  • Paulo Szot was wonderful as the status-conscious, noseless Kovalyov, ricocheting from hysteria to self-pity (we see through his lyrical laments) to self-importance; his baritone was multihued and penetrating, except during the noisiest orchestra moments.

    The Sweet Smell of Success

  • Paulo Szot was wonderful as the status-conscious, noseless Kovalyov, ricocheting from hysteria to self-pity (we see through his lyrical laments) to self-importance; his baritone was multihued and penetrating, except during the noisiest orchestra moments.

    The Sweet Smell of Success

  • Paulo Szot was wonderful as the status-conscious, noseless Kovalyov, ricocheting from hysteria to self-pity (we see through his lyrical laments) to self-importance; his baritone was multihued and penetrating, except during the noisiest orchestra moments.

    The Sweet Smell of Success

  • Aisha's noseless face should not be used as a symbol of Taliban resurgence -- instead, it is the face of modern day patriarchy, which continues to dominate social and cultural systems in most parts of the world.

    Kavita N. Ramdas: Violence Against Women Is No Rationale for Military Violence

  • Aisha's noseless face should not be used as a symbol of Taliban resurgence -- instead, it is the face of modern day patriarchy, which continues to dominate social and cultural systems in most parts of the world.

    Kavita N. Ramdas: Violence Against Women Is No Rationale for Military Violence

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