You cannot tell whether her nose was aquiline or retrousse, whether her chin
was long or short, her face square or oval; nor could I the first day, and it is not my intention to communicate to you at once a knowledge I myself gained by little and little.
Av I didn't shave, I wud be torminted wid an outrajis thurrst; for there's nothin' so dhryin' to the throat as a big billy-goat beard waggin' undher the chin
His coat-tail is very far longer -- his pipe, his shoe -- buckles, his eyes, and his stomach, very far bigger -- than those of any other old gentleman in the village; and as to his chin
, it is not only double, but triple.
He had sandy hair, weak eyes set close together, and a day's growth of red stubble on his chin
His pale and mud-stained face- fair and young, with a dimple in the chin
and light-blue eyes- was not an enemy's face at all suited to a battlefield, but a most ordinary, homelike face.
Big green eyes had been painted upon it, but in the center of the chin
were two small holes made in the pasteboard, so that the Chief could see through them with his own tiny eyes; for when the big head was fastened upon his shoulders the eyes in his own natural head were on a level with the false chin
There were almost too many patches on the face of the girl for her to be considered strictly beautiful, for one cheek was yellow and the other red, her chin
blue, her forehead purple and the center, where her nose had been formed and padded, a bright yellow.
The carved pearl-shell ornament that hung from nose to chin
and impeded speech was purely ornamental, as were the holes in his ears mere utilities for carrying pipe and tobacco.
Francine (as her straight chin
proclaimed to all students of physiognomy) was an obstinate girl.
Genevieve had noticed, with a slight touch of amusement, the curious way in which Joe snuggled his body in against Ponta's in the clinches; but she had not realized why, until, in one such clinch, before the snuggling in could be effected, Ponta's fist whipped straight up in the air from under, and missed Joe's chin
by a hair's-breadth.
That is very true," said the Physician; "but they do not sufficiently exercise the chin
The coroner moved round to the end of the table and undid a silk handkerchief which had been passed under the chin
and knotted on the top of the head.
There was a singular prominence about his bearded chin
which marked a man who was not to be easily turned from his purpose.
had certainly its share in forming the beauty of her face; but it was difficult to say it was either large or small, though perhaps it was rather of the former kind.
He wore a dress suit, and could chin
the bar twice with one hand.