The side of the nose—or the nostril so to speak—was formed of a wall of rock fully twelve feet in height.
The nose was long, prominent, and delicately sharp in the nostril.
He must be able to breathe freely through the nostril to be treated.
To drink, its end is inserted in the pool and water is drawn up the nostril.
Between eye and nostril, on either side, was the sinister "pinhole," that is the infallible mark of the poison-sac serpent.
In its nostril was sticking a sword, about three inches long, of a young swordfish.
There is a grayish or brown dark stripe from the nostril to the eye; the stripe continues to the groin.
And the smell of peaty clothes smote him on the nostril for the first time that day.
Christina could curl her nostril really, which very few women can do.
If none of these methods arrest the bleeding the nostril must be plugged.
nostril nos·tril (nŏs'trəl)