Examples of snout in a Sentence
The dog raised his snout and sniffed.
a punch in the snout
Recent Examples of snout from the Web
The creature, which lived during the Miocene period (about 23.3 million to 5.3 million years ago), has a similar snout to the modern-day platypus, but is likely not close kin.
There were rows of tiny, spadelike teeth on a blunt snout.
In a Facebook video the little deer with a partially black snout is seen eagerly slurping water from the plastic bottle.
Of course, they were decked out in Dawg bones and snouts.
And badgers and skunks also have dark eye-crossing stripes, though in their cases these run along the animals’ snouts, rather than across their faces.
In the Facebook video, the little deer with a partially black snout eagerly slurps water from a plastic bottle.
The Night King then laid his hand on the dragon's snout, reanimating him in the episode's closing moments.
Instead of teeth, the creature had a beak-like snout, along with enlarged lips and whiskers, scientists said.
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Origin and Etymology of snout
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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