Definition of Pug-nose
1. Adjective. Having a blunt nose. "A snub-nosed automatic"
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Literary usage of Pug-nose
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. United States Magazine by Seba Smith, Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith (1856)
"The " Pug " nose—the poor little pug nose ; what need be said of the pug nose ? Everybody knows the pug nose- Not "big enough to pull," or small enough to ..."
2. Birmingham Medical Review (1887)
"The Deformity termed " Pug Nose" and its Correction by a Simple Operation.—Dr. Roe has an interesting article in the Medical Record of June 4th, ..."
3. Object Lessons: Prepared for Teachers of Primary Schools and Primary Classes by Adonijah Strong Welch (1862)
"C. A pug nose. T. And a nose that is straight from the forehead to the tip, like the one in this [draws a profile], is called a Grecian nose. ..."
4. Sidonia the Sorceress: The Supposed Destroyer of the Whole Reigning Ducal by Wilhelm Meinhold, Wilde (1894)
"Whereupon, pug-nose told her story : " The cursed lady-witch had bid her lately ... At this blasphemy she (pug-nose) remained silent, for she feared the hag ..."