|snuggled, cuddled; rubbed against (by a nose)||nuzzled|
|(Slang) nose, snout; condescending person, snob, condescend to somebody||snoot|
|aardvark, anteater, type of animal with a long nose which eats ants||ant bear|
|acne rosacea, chronic skin disorder characterized by red blemishes on the nose and forehead (Medicine), skin disease of the face||rosacea|
|act of inhaling, breathing in; sound made when breathing in; powdered tobacco that is inhaled through the nose; burnt end of a candle wick, amount of snuff, destroy something, extinguish flame, inhale something, breathe in through the nose; sniff, smel...||snuff|
|act of smelling, sniffing; sense of smell; scent, odor, fragrance; characteristic quality, aura, be detected when breathed in, detect by nose, feel or detect, give impression, give unpleasant impression, perceive an odor through the nose by means of th...||smell|
|act of treating with contempt; offense, affront; sudden stop, bring something to a stop, humiliating action, short and upturned (of a nose), small, stub something out, treat contemptuously, humiliate, purposefully ignore; rebuke, reject; stop suddenly,...||snub|
|act or sound of sniffing, breathe in through nose, inhale through the nose; smell; express disapproval by making a sniffing sound; take into the the nose by inhaling; perceive, sense, short inhalation through the nose; sound of a sniff; odor, scent, su...||sniff|
|act or sound of sniffling, inhale mucus, make a snuffling sound through the nose, sniff repeatedly in order to clear fluids from the nose, slight cold, snuffle, act of inhaling through the nose with an audible snuffling sound, weep quietly||sniffle|
|advance with caution, distinctive smell, facial feature above the mouth and below the eyes; part of the body used for smelling and breathing; sense of smell; propensity for detecting; proboscis; snout, organ of smell, part resembling nose, projecting f...||nose|
|aircraft nose section||droop nose; droop snoot|
|animal footprint, boxer, clay suitable for molding, dog with a wrinkled face, fill a gap with clay, fill with caulk; follow footprints, track footprints, knead clay with water, small turned-up nose; clay prepared for brickmaking; footprints of an anima...||pug|
|animal with a flat nose, animal with a flat snout, having a flat nose, having a flat snout||platyrrhinian|
|area that has been rubbed or scraped away; act of rubbing or scraping away, scraped area of skin, wearing away, wearing away of rock||abrasion|
|Australasian marsupial with long pointed nose, large rat (found in India and Ceylon)||bandicoot|
|back talk, caress something with the mouth, container opening, express, give voice to; mumble; put into the mouth; rub or nuzzle with the lips, face feature, facial feature above the chin and below the nose; part of the body used for eating and communi...||mouth|
|bad manners, be impudent, be insolent, buttock, part of the face located on either side of the nose; boldness, forwardness, soft part of face||cheek|
|bleeding from nose, epistaxis, extremely high, nasal bleeding, instance of blood flowing from the nose||nosebleed|
|bleeding from the nose (Medicine), nosebleed||epistaxis|
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