Eyes, nose, and mouth, were all distended until the very paint broke in scales upon his face.
The horse, with lathering neck and distended nostrils, paused before them.
Grizel dropped her hands on to the table, and stared with distended eyes.
Mills emitted an enormous cloud of smoke out of his distended cheeks.
Several times (Dr. 12b and 13b) he is represented apparently with distended abdomen.
Mr. Pimble continued to stare on the woman, with distended eyeballs.
Spotted about the street were goats, their distended udders almost trailing on the ground.
He stared at the lovely apparition with fixed eyes and distended jaws.
The boy, listening, turned fearfully around, looking with distended eyes into mine.
Fido, with burning eyes and distended jaws, ran and yelped as if he were mad.
distend di·stend (dĭ-stěnd')
v. dis·tend·ed, dis·tend·ing, dis·tends
To swell out or expand or cause to swell out or expand from or as if from internal pressure.