Each page of this ten screen storybook features a playful (non-scary) monster with names like Blushy, Toothy, Golly, Taily, Blobby, Growly and Snouty
Subaru's Tribeca loses its snouty
face, boosts horsepower to 256 from its boxer, six-cylinder engine, and updates rear suspension and automatic transmission for better ride and performance.
Ray demands is an education that "make[s] [him] a sharp, snouty
Rather than assume a sporadic and, as far as we know, phonologically completely unmotivated loss of the initial consonant of the first element of the compound (whether it means 'badger' or 'peg'), it is preferable to think that the 'Badger-noses' might sometimes be referred to instead as the 'Molenoses', (17) with the simple substitution of the word for one snouty
animal indigenous to Anatolia with a nearly identical word for another such creature.
A small snouty
animal a bit like a weasel," was the reply.