through the noseAnd yet it is important to breathe through the nose as the air taken in is then warmed and moistened before entering the lungs.
nose outYou keep your nose out, you hear me?
nose and throatBut Mr Robb said Helen was due to be treated in May for ear, nose and throat trouble.
nose likeHe is going bald and he has a nose like a Jew's, though he isn't (not that I'd mind if he was).
blow his nose
nose downzigzagging nose down on the mountain.
mouth and noseI blew over its mouth and nose to revive it even though my tears were rolling onto its face.