Definition of 'snub-nosed'
Example sentences containing 'snub-nosed'
A SEASON IN HELL (2002)
Inspector John Upshire was round-faced and snub-nosed with baby-blue eyes set wide apart which made him look both ingenuous and jolly.IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE (2002) A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
He felt rough and awkward, with his snub-nosed boots and red knees, standing in the departmental office in front of the secretary.A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES (2002)
Definition of snub-nosed from the Collins English Dictionary
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