Bottle-nosed

Related to Bottle-nosed: Bottle nose dolphin

Bot´tle-nosed`

    (~nōzd)
a.1.Having the nose bottle-shaped, or large at the end.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Had orange blossoms been invented then (those touching emblems of female purity imported by us from France, where people's daughters are universally sold in marriage), Miss Maria, I say, would have assumed the spotless wreath, and stepped into the travelling carriage by the side of gouty, old, bald-headed, bottle-nosed Bullock Senior; and devoted her beautiful existence to his happiness with perfect modesty--only the old gentleman was married already; so she bestowed her young affections on the junior partner.
Greater wonder than these, when a bottle-nosed person in a glazed hat had after some considerable hesitation ordered another glass of gin and water of the attendant potboy, and when Miss Abbey, instead of sending it, appeared in person, saying, 'Captain Joey, you have had as much as will do you good,' not only did the captain feebly rub his knees and contemplate the fire without offering a word of protest, but the rest of the company murmured, 'Ay, ay, Captain!
Atlantic grey seals and bottle-nosed dolphins are seen almost daily from our cliffs.
Over the past couple of years, we have had reports of humpback whales, basking sharks, pods of 100 or more bottle-nosed dolphins, green turtles and grey seals swimming just off our coast.
Whether it's bottle-nosed dolphins, turtles or the elusive manatee - you'll find lots of beautiful creatures swimming around the shores.
The beach stretches for miles and bottle-nosed dolphins cruise the waters.
With this in mind I brought with me the skull of a Bottle-nosed Dolphin I had found at Lake Bardawil, North Sinai many years ago so that I could not just pontificate about whale skeletons, I could deliver a hands-on experience.
We also saw a dozen Dolphins, both Common and Bottle-nosed, which are also being recorded by surveyors.
There was no news of him until 2002 when a bottle-nosed dolphin with similar marking to Freddie - and telltale scars - appeared off Weymouth, Dorset.
There was no news of him until 2002 when a bottle-nosed dolphin with similar marking to Freddie -- and telltale scars -- appeared off Weymouth, Dorset.
And this film's own scientific credentials come into question when it refers to bottle-nosed dolphins as porpoises, and the way it keeps calling St Thomas, St Thomas's - confusing it with the teaching hospital in London.