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blue·nose

 (blo͞o′nōz′)
n.
1. A puritanical person: "Bluenoses demand restraint against the porn and violence that are the staple of popular culture" (Charles Krauthammer).
2. often Bluenose Canadian A native or inhabitant of Nova Scotia.

blue′nosed′ adj.

bluenose

(ˈbluːˌnəʊz)
n
1. slang US a puritanical or prudish person
2. (Peoples) (often capital) informal a native or inhabitant of Nova Scotia

blue•nose

(ˈbluˌnoʊz)

n.
1. a puritanical person.
2. (cap.) Canadian. an inhabitant of the Maritime Provinces, esp. of Nova Scotia.
[1925–30]
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Noun1.bluenose - a native or inhabitant of Nova Scotia
Canadian - a native or inhabitant of Canada

bluenose

noun
A person who is too much concerned with being proper, modest, or righteous:
Informal: old maid.
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