The bushy-haired Russian Jew in the pince-nez was an ardent revolutionary but also a genuine democrat, or so the legend goes.
He put on his pince-nez in order to hide the tears, then got out his handkerchief and began blowing his nose.
His dark eyes sparkle with inquisitiveness behind the pince-nez.
The Billionaire drew near, adjusted a pair of pince-nez on his hawk-like nose, and peered curiously at the apparatus.
The secretary, who had once been a governess, adjusted her pince-nez and took a note.
She sat up straight, and tapped Jill's knee with her pince-nez.
Presently he took off his pince-nez and put them into his pocket.
Nekhludoff had put on his pince-nez, looking at the prisoners while they were being questioned.
The Premier put on his pince-nez and warmed his hands at the fire.
Dr. Hagen rattled the data sheet in his hands and blinked behind his pince-nez like a friendly beagle.