Five white, moon-faced blossoms blew gaily round the skeleton vine, shining back triumphant at the red lightning.
His broad, moon-faced physiognomy masked the cunning of the fox.
There was one stout, moon-faced gentleman laying on his broad back "spouting" Shakspeare.
Livingstone looked down at the fat-bellied, moon-faced time-piece and laughed.
Every such person is a bony individual—never under any circumstances a moon-faced, round-bodied one.
He was a roundish figure, moon-faced, slightly stooped shoulders.
A stealthy-footed, moon-faced, fierce-eyed beast came soundlessly to the edge of the thicket and glared in searchingly.
The moon-faced landlord had again appeared, flourishing a platter containing two finely roasted chickens.
But love is not mere invertebral amiability or moon-faced complacency.
The moon-faced damsel fell a prize to the inevitable conqueror, son of Ertoghrul.