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neb

noun \ˈneb\

Definition of NEB

1
a :  the beak of a bird or tortoise :  bill
b chiefly dialect :  a person's mouth
c :  nose 1, snout
2
:  nib, tip

Examples of NEB

  1. <the cardinal has a black face and a noticeable bright red neb>
  2. <with her round glasses perched on her small neb, the librarian certainly presents an owlish appearance>

Origin of NEB

Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old Norse nef beak
First Known Use: before 12th century

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Rhymes with NEB

Neb

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Definition of NEB

Nebraska

Variants of NEB

Neb or Nebr

NEB

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Definition of NEB

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