But Byrne himself is the parodist, and he commands the stage by his hollow-eyed, frosty verve.
She was pale and hollow-eyed, and in these few days seemed ten years older.
He was haggard and hollow-eyed, and he carried a week's growth of beard on his chin.
It was Stettson major, white-checked and hollow-eyed, who had fought his way to the ground under escort of an impatient coachman.
He was calm in his resolution, albeit a little pale and hollow-eyed for it.
That he should grow pale, and thin, and hollow-eyed was inevitable.
She had grown pale and hollow-eyed in these few days of anxiety.
In their privacy, hollow-eyed monks muttered to one another under their cowls, "Homagium diabolo fecit et male finivit."
She grew thin and hollow-eyed, and the pathos of her face was heartrending.
His thoughts were embattled with the conflict of many emotions, and morning found him hollow-eyed.