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Synonyms for cleft

Synonyms for cleft

a usually narrow partial opening caused by splitting and rupture

Synonyms for cleft

a split or indentation in something (as the palate or chin)

having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib


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With his aquiline nose and cleft chin, versatile rising star Magimel embodies a hunky king who exudes increasing authority and broad artistic vision.
One with real blue eyes and a cleft chin and black pants and a hand-carved leg for a prosthesis, who just sits in front of us all day, silently, politely, softly, and refuses to let us forget the reduced welfare benefits and closed shops and inadequate medical care and lack of subsidized housing that keeps him there in front of us.
New Love, in contrast, was stripped of illusions: "the New Love is at least an adult emotion without that annoying fuzz of pubic hair on its handsome cleft chin.
Another cosmetic surgery junkie wanted to look exactly like a famous celebrity, or rather a mix of them-so, she ended up a big mess, with a star's thick lips combined with another celebrity's cleft chin
EGYPT'S top archaeologist yesterday unveiled 22 coins, 10 mummies, an alabaster bust and a fragment of a mask with a cleft chin, claiming the discovery of the lost tomb of Mark Antony and Cleopatra was at hand.
Jackson had held a press conference in London on March 6, and he was seen sporting a new cleft chin implant, refreshed cheeks and a new mouth.
Cleft Chin deserves some blame, not necessarily for his play, since I assume he did his best, but for taking offense to Mr.
Sort of an evolved Matt Leinart, complete with the cleft chin and out-of-wedlock child.
A cleft chin, puppy dog eyes and his dead-pan sense of humour make David a bit of a pull for the ladies.