long-snouted long-snouted


  • (adj) having a snout that is longer than average


  1. Toothless, long-snouted, mail-headed, he was once the monopoly of England's King.
  2. Its squarish, long-snouted, wrinkle-mouthed face is palely naked except for matted tufts protruding from cheeks and forehead.
  3. Most made their trip in their official limousines and gleaming, long-snouted Renaults roared in over all the main roads of France.


  • Why Seahorses Are Shaped Like Horses

    Seahorses are unique among fish for having bent necks and long-snouted heads that make them resemble horses.
    on November 28, 2013     Source: Business Insider

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