Correct spelling for nose

Medical definition of nose:

Nasus; the organ of smell, organon olfactus, and one of the accessory organs of respiration, the beginning or entrance of the air- passages; the prominence in the center of the face formed of bone and cartilage. The organ of smell occupies the upper portion of the nasal cavity, the respiratory part is the lower portion.

Usage examples for nose:

  • I have let them get away with the papers under my very nose "The Box with the Broken Seals, – E. Phillips Oppenheim"
  • Can a dog see with his nose "The Best Ghost Stories, – Various"
  • " She would smell it at once; I'd back her nose against a pointer's any day. "Caught in a Trap, – John C. Hutcheson"
  • What I'll do to you, you cad, and that's pull your nose if you don't shut up! "The Cock-House at Fellsgarth, – Talbot Baines Reed"

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An island in the Bay of Naples. Alkaline- saline waters, 131° F. to 149° F. Several springs. Used by bathing in gout, rheumatism, paralysis, sores, diseases of the bones, and diseases of women. Spring and autumn. ...