And, in truth, many of the major political figures fit that description.
First, soak in this description of Christmas Pie, a traditional British dish that makes a Turducken seem modest.
And it was the description of what he called a "bizarre" and "insane" life that held the entire courthouse rapt.
Baby cigarette “No worry of cancer with this cigarette costume,” the description for this gem reads.
Optionally, it can live up to its description by crashing into targets and detonating a five-pound warhead.
It reminded us of Mrs. Peary's description of native smells in Greenland.
The description of Ranelagh (in the chapter on Music) is too lengthy to reproduce.
"I like her better than I like your description of her," Isabel persisted in saying.
I was only thinking of our friend's description of his awfulness.
By this time all the roads into Metz were blocked with transport of every description.
late 14c., from Old French description (12c.) and directly from Latin descriptionem (nominative descriptio) "representation, description, copy," noun of action from past participle stem of describere "write down, transcribe, copy, sketch," from de- "down" (see de-) + scribere "write" (see script (n.)).