pug nose

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pug nose

n.
A short nose that is somewhat flattened and turned up at the end.

pug′-nosed′ (-nōzd′) adj.
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Inside it were Tubbs and Edward, the incestuous, pug-nosed proprietors, and their son David, who had turned into a monster-in-the-attic.
Say this much about Notre Dame football coach Bob Davie: Like a pug-nosed brawler who stands in the middle of the boxing ring with blood dripping from his nose, two black eyes and puffy cheeks, Davie knows how to take a punch and stay on his feet.
Besides which, Billy is just about to get married to TV newsgirl Lisa Kudrow - Phoebe from TV's Friends - and he doesn't want pug-nosed henchmen turning up at the altar.
Photo: Fantastic figures from folk art display include jaguar maskof lacquered wood with whiskers of porcupine quills, and pug-nosed dog of molded clay that once served as a penny bank.
An admiring Shearer called Rooney's display "a master class" and the significance of the pug-nosed genius lies in this all-revealing fact: Rooney didn't play in any of the five matches Man U have lost out of 36 this season in Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and Champions League.
A chunky, pug-nosed guy in his mid 40s, his eyes dance with intelligence and just the right hint of madness.
Yesterday the Record revealed how pug-nosed Braveheart decided his heart was in the Highlands four weeks ago, when he went on the run rather than join his seven brothers and sisters en route to a new home in England.
They're a more experienced team and a bigger one, and combining the latter factor with the hoped-for esprit de corps, the Kings are better equipped to cope with the pug-nosed eastern teams and their loudmouth fans.