- v search or inquire in a meddlesome way
- v advance the forward part of with caution
She nosed the car into the left lane
- v catch the scent of; get wind of
The dog nosed out the drugs
- v push or move with the nose
- v rub noses
- v defeat by a narrow margin
- a having a nose (either literal or metaphoric) especially of a specified kind
- But I do agree with Rivers about one point: when big-nosed women go up to her and say "God created this nose," she responds, "And he also created plastic surgeons to fix it.
News & Articles
- Indiana Caverns, site of ice-age fossil find, opens to public
A southern Indiana cave that has yielded a treasure trove of ice age fossils has opened to the public for the first time, three years after it was discovered. The floor of Indiana Caverns was littered with bones that turned out to be the fossilized remains of black bears, flat-nosed peccaries, bison and other mammals. Tours include a view of Big Bone Mountain, where some of the ancient animal ...
June 21, 2013 - Miami Herald
- Licking Valley's Paxton named Advocate's coach of the year for 2nd consecutive season
Mark Paxton is known as a hard-nosed, hard-driving coach who likes to push his players.
June 21, 2013 - Newark Advocate
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer coming to Broadway Playhouse
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer coming to Broadway Playhouse Emerald City Theatre teams up with Milwaukee's First Stage for the theatrical adaptation.
June 18, 2013 - Time Out Chicago
- Mike Hargrove in ESPN
He's a hard-nosed player and likes to play the game. That's what we're looking for,Hargrove said. "He fits real well in our lineup among [Raul] Ibanez, [Richie] Sexson and [Adrian] Beltre. Considering the production he has shown in his...
- Torii Hunter in Forbes
The play the game the right way,Hunter said. "They play hard-nosed baseball."
- Alando Tucker in USA Today
They were tough all game,Tucker said. "They were hard-nosed on the ball and when I caught it on or off the block, two guys were coming at me."