conenose

noun
cone·nose | \ˈkōn-ˌnōz \

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circa 1891, in the meaning defined above

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conenose

noun
cone·nose | \ˈkōn-ˌnōz \

Medical Definition of conenose 

: any of various large bloodsucking reduviid bugs especially of the genus Triatoma including some capable of inflicting painful bites

called also kissing bug

— compare assassin bug

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