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keyword: Nose
Follow One's Nose »
(act according to one's intuition...)

Keeping One's Nose To The Grindstone »
(working away and not letting oneself be distracted...)

No Skin Off Someone's Nose »
(it does not bother me...)

Nose Out Of Joint »
(upset about what happened...)

Turning Up Your Nose »
(rejecting others because they are not good enough...)

Under Someone's Very Nose »
(that person was nearby when it happened; that person did not stop it from happening...)

Take A Nosedive »
(suddenly go down very quickly, like when a crashing airplane heads to the grown nose first...)



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