sharp-nosed

ADJECTIVE
  1. having a sharply pointed nose
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  • He was a man of thirty-four or thirty-five years of age, dressed in some grey material, sharp-nosed, alert, with a ruddy, weather-beaten face, and a small, closely cropped, black beard.
  • She was a sharp-nosed woman with a put-on accent, well adapted to whining. PROSPECT HILL
  • Except the dogs of the Factor's train, there were few real "huskies," as Eskimo dogs are called, for most of the brutes were the usual sharp-nosed, heavy-coated mongrels that in the Strong Woods Country go by the name of _giddes_; some, however, had been sired by wolves. The Drama of the Forests Romance and Adventure
  • Sharp-nosed dogs searching in the right places likely could have found them from day one.
  • Turning my head, I saw Kirby's sharp-nosed profile in the chalky dawn light. THE SAVING GRACES
  • He was a man of thirty-four or thirty-five years of age, dressed in some grey material, sharp-nosed, alert, with a ruddy, weather-beaten face, and a small, closely cropped, black beard.
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