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- adj. Lacking a nose.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of a nose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute or deprived of a nose.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having no nose
Pictured above is the "noseless" version...you have the option of leaving the nose on or off of Doom's face.
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.
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 noseless man backed up, head down in deference.
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.
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.
Well, they ' re on a climactic mission to defeat the evil and essentially noseless Voldemort by finding and destroying all the Horcruxes, failing which we might never get to Part 2.
Their treatment of the pathetic, noseless girl was gruesome and irrefutable evidence of that.
'I can find six old Company sowars who will ride round Jehannum and back for a rupee a day and whatever spoil the campaign promises,' says I to the noseless pig who is master of her cavalry, 'if ye have six good beasts to put under them.
Its head was long and thin, its eyes protruding from either side of its noseless face.