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snout

(snout)
n.
a. The projecting nose, jaws, or anterior facial part of an animal's head.
b. A similar prolongation of the anterior portion of the head in certain insects, such as weevils; a rostrum.
c. A spout or nozzle shaped like such a projection.
References in classic literature ?
I could see distinctly the limbs of these vermin with my naked eye, much better than those of a European louse through a microscope, and their snouts with which they rooted like swine.
There were also some Isabella sharks, with rounded snouts marked with dark spots.
As they ran, their arms turned into legs, their faces lengthened into snouts and their backs became covered with long gray hairs.
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Cover the ears and snout of the pig with aluminum foil to prevent scorching.
The Agriculture ministry on Saturday called for information to locate those responsible for the abuse of a dog that was found with its snout and front legs tightly wrapped with duct tape near the Kouris reservoir in Limassol.
He added: "Once we closed the road and they realised there was no traffic they decided to turn snout and head off under a gate and into a field."
You might guess that it's the size of the dog's snout that allows it to smell so well.
Snout of order BAILED-out RBS shelling out PS335million in bonuses is an insult to all of Britain's taxpaying hard grafters.
The data obtained from the glaciers shows 29 m snout recede from 2009-2013 and 61 m recede from 2013-2017 in Shahkoh Glacier.
Eight years ago, an expedition to late Jurassic-era exposures in Mongolia's western Gobi desert uncovered fossilized snout of a shartegosuchid.