hooknose

[hoo k-nohz]

Origin of hooknose

First recorded in 1680–90; hook1 + nose
Related formshook·nosed, adjective
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Historical Examples of hooknose

  • I knew the peculiar profile, the thin lips, the chin and hooknose nearly meeting.


British Dictionary definitions for hooknose

hooknose

noun
  1. a nose with a pronounced outward and downward curve; aquiline nose
Derived Formshooknosed, adjective
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