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Spell check of nose

Correct spelling: nose

crow's feet, run down, pass, prize, scout, barely, perceptiveness, essence, wit, AWACS, proboscis, weave, wind, curve, olfaction, trunk, sageness, fumes, roll, forefront, dimple, snuggle, cheek, breath, nib, carry on, meander, walk on, fragrance, smeller, poke, effluvium, aft, acumen, nozzle, lift, discrimination, anterior, hunt down, stink, bouquet, cachet, trace, body, wander, bill, prod, crease, forge ahead, schnoz, percipiency, odor, thread, flow, snoot, clear-sightedness, hooter, wind up, snout, go, thump, bow, astuteness, careful, nest, perspicacity, odourise, altimeter, schnozzle, twist, smell, move, aerofoil, beak, keenness, organ, irrupt, lever, perfume, scent, horn in, pound, end, shrewdness, brow, honker, malodorousness, front, eye, leader, complexion, cusp, wrap, redolence, exhalation, percipience, whiff, sagacity, almost, tip, wreathe, muzzle, projection, twine, bone structure, trail, point, nestle, apex, nuzzle, chin, face, prise, avionics, pike, stench, cuddle, obtrude, hoist, press, airfoil, emanation, bay, neb, track down, odorize, ballast, olfactory organ, draw close, eye socket, progress, avant-garde, get, forepart, pry, trespass, discernment, stab, jimmy, ability, head, black box, vanguard, jab, convex, intrude, aileron, dig.

Examples of usage:

1) Then Leo let out, and Porler received a blow on the nose. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) She wanted to cheer him; she wanted, with her little nose close to his face, to whisper her gratitude, but, as she could not find appropriate words, she only squeezed his neck yet more tightly and kissed his ear. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) Snapped his nose off, you did, every time he opened his mouth. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.