Examples of nostril in a Sentence
My left nostril is stuffed up.
She left in a rage, her nostrils flaring.
Recent Examples of nostril from the Web
If his nostrils aren’t clogged, Chuck Schumer should be getting a whiff of vital fluid right now.
More Drummond news: Drummond told Michael Lee of The Vertical that his conditioning felt much better in Johannesburg and his breathing has improved since April's surgery opened his left nostril, which had been closed since the injury at UConn.
On their suggestion, Thewissen dissected the head of the bowhead whale, only to find a nerve from the whale's nostril leading to an olfactory bulb in the brain.
Narcan often comes in a nasal-spray form, so Clay demonstrated how to tilt a person's head back to spray the antidote up the nostrils.
Still, the insides of our nostrils were burned by UV rays reflecting off the snow.
The new fossils showed key features that classify Razana as a crocodile relative, such as nostrils facing to the front of the snout, lower jaw formation and a bony palate, as well as teeth and teeth sockets that expanded sideways.
The filters typically adapt to the shape of your nose and come in a few sizes to fit your nostril.
The odors of roasting pork and toasting bread formed a cloud that grabbed me by the nostrils and yanked me into Cochon Butcher.
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Origin and Etymology of nostril
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of nostril for English Language Learners
: one of the two openings of the nose
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