aquiline nose, face long and aristocratic, voice deep and vibrant.
She had an eagle eye, an aquiline nose, an eagle flounce, and an eagle heart.
There was something so unyielding in the keen, aquiline nose and pointed chin.
He had a broad forehead, an aquiline nose, a well formed chin, and a complexion bronzed by exposure to the Indian sun.
It was not an aquiline nose, nor was it an aquiline nose reversed.
Above a square chin were full lips and a thin, aquiline nose.
His nose was aquiline and well cut, but the suggestion of his nationality was elusive.
His face was small and aquiline; not the face of a clever man, but clearly the face of an aristocrat.
His nose was aquiline, his eyes piercing and his eyebrows heavy.
It is made of heavy brass, and curiously enough represents Buddha with an aquiline nose.
"curved like an eagle's beak," 1640s, originally in English in reference to long, hooked noses, from Latin aquilinus "of or like an eagle," from aquila "eagle," of uncertain origin, usually explained as "the dark bird;" cf. aquilus "blackish, of the color of darkness."