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

one who despises people or things regarded as inferior, especially because of social or intellectual pretension

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Several times, I was able to place the X-Rap Walk in position to swim toward minor inside points or turns, right where a muskie should be positioned, eyes up, snoot forward.
The snoots, Yugo and Migo - Roly's permanent houseguests - add their infectious mix of comedy chaos in their tireless quest for fun and games.
I channel hopped and inadvertently landed up on BBC2, where those sloaney snoots Susannah Constantine and Trinny Woodall were delivering withering put downs and derogatory remarks to two mothers who they were trying to glamorise by transforming their dress sense.
Wallace cleaved too much to the latter, especially in his condemnation of split infinitives and those SNOOTS who bristle at them.
They have these cute little snoots, and when they eat somebody, it may be formally gory but these creatures are about as scary as the carnivorous rabbits hippety-hopping to devour humanity in Night of the Lepus.
Succeeding generations show a trend toward smaller snoots.
Paddlefish sometimes bump their snoots against the tank walls.
In the sculpted bodies that make up his body of work, you find all manner of teratology - you'll see snouts, snoots, tubes, bumps, stumps, and growths; concavities where noses should be, flat spaces where faces should be.
Spokespiggy for Le Snoot, Cabel Walloway, known to his fellow Snoots as simply "Cab," and whose portrait is depicted on the Le Snoot Cabernet Sauvignon, tells us a bit about Snob Hill's initial offering.
Well, OK the BBC was a big deal because it's not every day I find myself trying to toss bons mots on an international radio show that featured a Spanish movie director, a guy from India whose name I can't pronounce and an assortment of English snoots - I mean intellectuals - arguing about Mel Gibson.
I submit that we SNOOTs are just about the last remaining kind of truly elitist nerd.
Spokespiggy for Le Snoot, Cabel Walloway, known to his fellow Snoots as simply Cab, and whose portrait is depicted on the Le Snoot Cabernet Sauvignon, tells us a bit about Snob Hill's initial offering.
I had assumed, wrongly, that Wine People were the sort of unbearable snoots who are always using the term "per se" for no discernable reason and who tend to describe wine in terms best applied to right-wing radio hosts ("I found it to be coarse, fleshy and quite bitter,") but in person they appear almost normal.
A Classy Cab, a Cheeky Chardonnay, and a Merry-Making Merlot will appear on California shelves swathed in labels depicting the black-tie Snoots and Party-Piggy citizens of Snob Hill.