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
Smithfield uses its hogs for fresh pork sold to distributors, packaged foods like Nathan’s Famous hot dogs, and exports of stomachs and snouts to Asian markets.
But as the sun rose higher and the light shone through the water, their slate-gray skin and whiskered snouts became clear.
The dog would poke its snout out of her red leather handbag to receive bites of $85 duck, then disappear.
At one point, the video shows the raccoon trying to breathe by sticking its snout above the surface of the water.
Do not sit on the shark’s back or pull back on the snout to reveal the teeth.
Lapping it up with her little puppy tongue and lifting her wet snout from the bowl — her sweet puppy thirst quenched.
Only at the very tip of the snout does the beak become recognizable, covered in a hard layer of keratin similar to modern birds.
Like modern birds, Ichthyornis’s upper jaw was made of several bones and was somewhat bendable, allowing the tip of the snout to flex upward and broaden the bird’s gape when grabbing prey.
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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
SNOUT Defined for Kids
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