horn-rimmed


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having the frame made of horn or tortoise shell or plastic that simulates either

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That is the bloody irony, isn't it," said a hawkish man in black horn-rimmed glasses, a sort of belligerent Martin Scorsese.
Her signature look, which has included a Spock 'do with red streaks, horn-rimmed glasses, and combat boots, inspired the Rosa DeLauro Is a Fucking Hipster Tumblr.
We thought this was cool, but it didn't hide the fact he looked so odd while waiting in the yard - a bit like Harry Worth in his tweed jacket, horn-rimmed glasses and trilby.
This was a time when mums wore headscarves and horn-rimmed specs and dads came packaged in beige cardigans.
THE OVERPLAYED STEREOTYPE always had something to do with a socially inept engineer sporting a short-sleeve white shirt and slim black tie, big horn-rimmed glasses, and a pocket protector overstuffed with BIC pens.
The poster for this year's Unity get-together, with a coterie of devoted fans, has the nerdish Terry we all remember - horn-rimmed specs and toothbrush moustache - tickling the ivories of a grand piano.
Thin faced, bad teeth, long hooked nose, may wear black horn-rimmed spectacles.
Colman, known for commonly sporting a bow-tie and horn-rimmed glasses, is the son of a Fleet Street cartoonist and a graduate in mathematics of Peterhouse, Cambridge.
Perhaps it was the thick horn-rimmed spectacles that put off the coaches - or just my natural cowardice.
Opticians have reported a rise in sales of the horn-rimmed
Falconer wears the sharpest of suits, hides behind a pair of groovy horn-rimmed glasses and whizzes around in just the most darling little sports car.
Sporting a beard, horn-rimmed glasses and wrestling some cheap keyboards, the Californian is not too dissimilar To Eels' Mark Everett.
He didn't make any fuss, and he didn't have his trademark Bennet horn-rimmed specs on, so he went virtually unnoticed.
On the local front there was Buddy Holly, who before he donned the horn-rimmed spectacles was none other than singer/songwriter/producer Steve Taylor, whose take on the 50s legend was uncanny, as he rocked his way through the classics like Rave On, Peggy Sue and That'll Be The Day.
Patricia Hitchcock plays Barbara Morton, Anne's sister who bears a slight resemblance to Miriam, which is accentuated by her horn-rimmed spectacles.