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Synonyms for snout

Synonyms for snout

the structure on the human face that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract

Synonyms for snout

a long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head

beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e


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He would then root furiously under the cocoanut, and, with a fling of his snout, toss it before him on the ground.
The enormous dinosaurs' snouts, laden with nerve endings, may have been used to nuzzle mates in a dinosaur make out session before sex, (http://www.
They rely on special pores on their heads and snouts, called ampullae of Lorenzini, that can sense electric fields generated when nearby prey move.
Did ye see them snouts on the news last night attacking holy cross girls school with blast bombs and bottles filled with piss?
FOLLOWING on from the MPs having their snouts in the country's tax trough, we now have North Tyneside Councillors awarding themselves a 24pc increase in their allowances, and this is on top of the PS170,000 (from 2004 to date) being paid into the LG Pension Fund for these councillors, is this due to their snouts in the council tax troughHow do these councillors sleep at night when we witness the further cuts in disabled, handicapped and other services, as well as the proposed 350 council staff redundancies.
Dinets first observed the behavior in 2007 when he spotted crocodiles lying in shallow water along the edge of a pond in India with small sticks or twigs positioned across their snouts.
Hartman attracts the maneaters to the surface using bait then hypnotises them by stroking their super-sensitive snouts.
Pigs are hungry and desperate to eat, So they need their snouts in the trough, MPs are just greedy for money, And for them there is never enough.
The expenses of MPs currently in the media headlines is the UK Parliament gravy train being exposed with snouts in the trough.
After a lean period, Scotland's pork industry has saved its bacon by making an export agreement with the Chinese, who are buying pigs' snouts, trotters and ears.
Some people collect sawfish snouts as trophies: One snout recently sold for nearly $1,600 on eBay.
However, with their long, strong snouts, hogs dug holes deep enough to allow their escape under fences.
Rudy the pig even ended up in Hollywood after he was born with two snouts.
To begin the breeding process, dog breeders mate dogs with desired traits, like short snouts.
Coyotes, which are members of the canine family and resemble medium- size dogs with their elongated snouts and light gray or tan coats, have been seen in all areas of Santa Clarita.