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
Instead of teeth, the creature had a beak-like snout, along with enlarged lips and whiskers, scientists said.
The Night King then laid his hand on the dragon's snout, reanimating him in the episode's closing moments.
Removing his glove and petting the fire-breathing giant's snout, Jon elicited a purr from Drogon, who likely sensed a familial bond.
Kulback is steering a Nissan Altima painted pink and adorned with pig ears, a snout and tail.
My favorite creatures were the South African aardvarks with their pig snouts, rabbit ears and insanely long tongues.
An abused terrier puppy injured after someone tied its snout shut is recovering after being found abandoned in Santee Wednesday night.
Large keratinous sheets on the altirostral snout of a big theropod (‘altirostral’ = narrow and tall-sided) might result in a very different look.
Both the Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Range Rover Evoque will welcome Jaguar Land Rover’s new family of Ingenium inline-four engines under their stubby snouts for the 2018 model year.
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Origin and Etymology of snout
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
SNOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snout for English Language Learners
: the long nose of some animals (such as pigs)
: the nose of a person
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