bullnose


bullnose
bull·nose 'bu̇l-'nōz n a necrobacillosis arising in facial wounds of swine and characterized by swelling of the face, nose, and mouth and sloughing of the tissues

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bull·nose (boolґnōz) necrotic rhinitis.

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  • bullnose — /bool nohz /, n. 1. Also, bull s nose. Archit. a. a rounded or obtuse exterior angle, as the corner made by two walls. b. a structural member, as a brick, used in forming such an angle. 2. Also called bullnose step. a step having semicircular or… …   Universalium

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  • bullnose — bull•nose [[t]ˈbʊlˌnoʊz[/t]] n. 1) archit. a rounded or obtuse exterior angle, as the corner made by two walls 2) archit. a structural member, as a brick, used in forming such an angle • Etymology: 1835–45 …   From formal English to slang

  • bullnose — /ˈbʊlnoʊz/ (say boolnohz) noun 1. a brick having one edge rounded off. 2. a similar timber section used for architraves and skirtings. –adjective 3. of or relating to a verandah made out of corrugated sheet metal roofing which is curved so that… …   Australian English dictionary

  • bullnose — noun a small carpenter s plane with the cutting edge near the front • Syn: ↑bullnosed plane • Hypernyms: ↑plane, ↑carpenter s plane, ↑woodworking plane …   Useful english dictionary

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  • bullnose pepper — noun : sweet pepper …   Useful english dictionary

  • bullnose tool — noun : a tool that is shaped like a roundnose tool but has a wider and stronger point and that is used for taking heavy roughing cuts (as on a lathe or planer) …   Useful english dictionary


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