We had as yet said nothing about paying, and he put on a long face when he told us that he had nothing cooked in the house.
Her long face turned white; she seemed to breathe with difficulty.
He was a sandy-headed man with old-fashioned whiskers, a long face like a horse, blue eyes and a wondering expression.
Madame de Lionne was a blonde, with too fine a skin and a long face.
He was a thin man between youth and middle age, with a long face and a deep voice, and light hair that stuck up on his head.
Madame de Lionne was a blonde with too fine a skin and a long face.
And splitting his long face, he laid a warm egg at her feet.
But she had turned aside her sallow, long face, and did not hear what I said.
"I will," said Mr. Tickell hastily, and ran off for the purpose; but he returned after some time with a long face.
He charmed a grin at last into the very Captain's long face.