bulbous nose

bulbous nose

Rhinophyma, see there.
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His red, bloated face, bleary eyes and bulbous nose bespoke the manner of his life; while his thick lips, the lower hanging large and flabby over his receding chin, indicated the base passions to which his life and been given.
His bulbous nose was the size and shape of a turnip.
Thankfully, the Queen's spymaster general Sir Francis Walsingham (Laurence Rickard) has a bulbous nose for trouble and sniffs out treachery in the royal ranks.
Thankfully, the Queen's spymaster general Sir Francis Walsingham (Rickard) has a bulbous nose for trouble and sniffs out treachery in the royal ranks.
While one patient may ask to change a bulbous nose, another may request to have a wide nose with large nostrils reshaped.
In a small dressing room at the end of the hall, Mark VanBeever was getting his first fitting of the stretchy green cap, bulbous nose and trumpet-shaped ears that will transform him into the title character.
Resolutely androgynous, Rifai's Karakouz is often depicted with the bulbous nose of an alcoholic and a fulsome moustache but dressed in women's clothing -- ostensibly symbolizing the character's ability to represent the masses, both male and female.
The smaller, pedestal-mounted pup (Petite Acrobate, 2012) is decidedly cuter despite the fact that its gaping mouth and bulbous nose are strongly suggestive of genitalia.
In all likelihood the ice that accreted on the windscreen also built up on that big, beautiful, bulbous nose and then sloughed off.
The tall sides deliver lots of glass so visibility from the raised driving position is excellent in every direction, while the compression of the bulbous nose and the vertical rear-end make parking a doddle.