A retrousse nose. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
She wasn't handsome, but she certainly was pretty, even though her nose was retrousse, which is French for pug. From Wordnik.com. [Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 13 Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Lovers] Reference
She had a small tip-tilted nose and an upper lip ever so slightly retrousse. From Wordnik.com. [Perseus Spur]
Obama is a stuffed-shirt, retrousse-nosed, po 'boy, the worst kind of elitist!. From Wordnik.com. [On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...] Reference
His large brown eyes were wide-spaced, the upper lids heavy, above a retrousse nose and a cleft chin. From Wordnik.com. [The Murder Room]
The face was slightly Slavonic, the cheekbones too high and wide, the mouth too full, the still grey eyes set too far apart and the nose definitely retrousse. From Wordnik.com. [Fear is the Key]
A make-believe actor, he puts on airs, and in the three minutes that he has been in the room he has looked at his retrousse nose and his coarse face, made to be seen from a distance, ten times in the mirror. From Wordnik.com. [The French Immortals Series — Complete] Reference
When in the land there was born at some time in the afternoon a perfectly normal cat or pig with no birth complications at all, or even just a child with a retrousse nose, that too would often be taken as a sign. From Wordnik.com. [Life, the Universe, and Everything]
Their fair hair, lovely brown eyes, and piquant little retrousse noses were a joy to watch. From Wordnik.com. [A Woman Rice Planter] Reference
His nose was short and retrousse, and his ears were rather prominent; but he was bright and attractive. From Wordnik.com. [The Financier, a novel] Reference
Cossack cap over his left ear, and had a Cossack forelock, rounded features, a large nose, a dark moustache, and a retrousse lip. From Wordnik.com. [Through Russia] Reference
Esther's long chin and Mellicent's retrousse nose had been quite a trial to her artistic sensibilities on her return to the vicarage. From Wordnik.com. [About Peggy Saville] Reference
He turned and bowed to the third occupant of the box -- a remarkably young and well-dressed girl with wide-awake eyes and a retrousse nose. From Wordnik.com. [The Masquerader] Reference
Her nose was slightly aquiline, but not enough so to detract from its beauty, and had a little retrousse; point that completed its attraction. From Wordnik.com. [Windsor Castle] Reference
"Queen, nonsense! you mean the Princess of Wales -- pretty woman, petit nez retrousse, grew monstrous stout!" suggested Mr. Brummell, whose reading was evidently not extensive. From Wordnik.com. [Roundabout Papers] Reference
The noses were Grecian, Roman, retrousse and Oriental, representing all types of beauty; and the mouths were of assorted sizes and shapes, displaying pearly teeth when the heads smiled. From Wordnik.com. [Ozma of Oz] Reference
Her face, with its infantine colouring, its large, innocent azure eyes, and its short retrousse features, he conceded to be captivatingly pretty, however, and it seemed unusually so this evening. From Wordnik.com. [An Ambitious Man] Reference
Gaities would turn up their seventy-five retrousse noses at a man with pockets as empty as mine. ". From Wordnik.com. [Ailsa Paige] Reference
A Cossack cap over his left ear, and had a Cossack forelock, rounded features, a large nose, a dark moustache, and a retrousse lip. From Wordnik.com. [Through Russia] Reference
Wales — pretty woman, petit nez retrousse, grew monstrous stout!” suggested Mr. Brummell, whose reading was evidently not extensive. From Wordnik.com. [Roundabout Papers] Reference
With a very sweet mouth and a retrousse nose. From Wordnik.com. [Complete Poetical Works] Reference
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