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
Though always loving and protective, there was one day when Apollo left his snout resting on Rachel’s abdomen for an extended period of time.
But its long neck and tapering snout resembled those of a swan.
Of the chinook salmon caught in Michigan waters the past three years, 68% to 74% were naturally born in the lakes — no fin clipping; no snout tag.
Chris is up to his snout in tennis balls, and happy as a clam.
The rooftop terrace is connected to Gaislachkogl peak by a suspension bridge which accesses a platform 20 meters above the glacier snout.
Sachs noted the plesiosaur also had grooves in the upper part of its mouth that may have been used to sense for prey similar to how modern crocodiles use bumps on their snouts to sense vibrations underwater.
The Model 3 looks like a more compact Model S, with a shorter snout.
And an automated system tags each juvenile salmon with a tiny, coded wire, just over a millimeter long, in their snout.
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Origin and Etymology of snout
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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