"paste-horn" Definition

  1. the nose. Shoemakers nickname any shopmate with a large nose “old PASTE-HORN,” from the shape of the horn in which they keep their paste.

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Position in the dictionary: 2522 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: pasteboard, pasty, patch., patent coats, patter, patter-crib, patteran, patterer, pattern, paul pry
Previous words in the dictionary: paste, pash, party, parter, part, parson’s nose, parson trulliber, parson, parney, parish prig

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