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The meaning and origin of the expression: Put your nose out of joint

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Put your nose out of joint

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Meaning

Hurt your feelings or upset your plans.

Origin

This phrase is quite old and was used by Barnaby Rich in His Farewell to Militarie Profession, 1581:

"It could bee no other then his owne manne, that has thrust his nose so farre out of ioynte."