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Nose (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Nose

As plain as the nose on your face; evidently to be seen. He is led by the nose; he is governed. To follow one’s nose; to go strait forward. To put one’s nose out of joint; to rival one in the favour of any person. To make a bridge of any one’s nose; to pass by him in drinking. To nose a stink; to smell it. He cut off his nose to be revenged of his face; said of one who, to be revenged on his neighbour, has materially injured himself.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Norway Neckcloth * Nose-1

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Non-con
None-such
Nonsense
Noozed
Nope
Norfolk Capon
Norfolk Dumpling
North Allertons
Northumberland
Norway Neckcloth
Nose
Nose-1
To Nose
To Nose-1
Nose Bag
Nose Gent
Nostrum
Notch
Note
Nous-box
Nozzle