Fogg and Aouda, followed by Passepartout, who in his hurry had retained his wings, and nose
six feet long, stepped upon the American steamer.
In a year and a half every man in California will have a wart on his Nose
A long man he was, dressed decent, with a segar between his teeth, and I saw that his nose
made two twists from bridge to end, like the wriggle of a snake.
She had the proud, impetuous face that goes with reddish colouring, and a Roman nose
, as it did in Marie Antoinette.
Push your nose
out, can't you, you - you two with the dog
There is something wrong, very wrong, with your own nose
Early in this trick once when the steward had left the room and Michael's eager nose
was within an inch of the prohibited morsel, Kwaque, playfully inclined, reached for the morsel himself and received a lacerated hand from the quick flash and clip of Michael's jaws.
Poor Geppetto kept cutting it and cutting it, but the more he cut, the longer grew that impertinent nose
On the north side of the Mohawk, and at about fifty miles from its mouth, is a mountain which, as we have already said, juts, in a nearly perpendicular promontory, into the bed of the river; its inclination is sufficient to admit of its receiving the name of a nose
He knew he was not in the room, though he stood up on his hind-legs and investigated the low bunk, his keen little nose
quivering delightedly while he made little sniffs of delight as he smelled the recent presence of Skipper.
She dropped her head, with her nose
to the ground and directed toward a point near to her closely bunched feet, and around this point she circled several times; then, with a tired sigh that was almost a grunt, she curled her body in, relaxed her legs, and dropped down, her head toward the entrance.
said he of the Grove; "by the heaven that is above us I fought Don Quixote and overcame him and made him yield; and he is a man of tall stature, gaunt features, long, lank limbs, with hair turning grey, an aquiline nose
rather hooked, and large black drooping moustaches; he does battle under the name of 'The Countenance,' and he has for squire a peasant called Sancho Panza; he presses the loins and rules the reins of a famous steed called Rocinante; and lastly, he has for the mistress of his will a certain Dulcinea del Toboso, once upon a time called Aldonza Lorenzo, just as I call mine Casildea de Vandalia because her name is Casilda and she is of Andalusia.