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round-faced

[round-feyst] /ˈraʊndˈfeɪst/
adjective
1.
having a face that is round.
Origin of round-faced
1670-1680
1670-80
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  • Just as she was going in search of a time-table, a round-faced young man came up.

  • Born somewhere in the immensity of Whitechapel, 29 towheaded, round-faced.

    The Bill-Toppers Andre Castaigne
  • A round-faced, small-eyed little thing, tied up in a bundle!

    Mornings in Florence John Ruskin
  • The mother was a round-faced, good-natured-looking, half-Dutch colonial, evidently.

    Poppy Cynthia Stockley
  • Standing in the car-door listening intently was a French maid and two round-faced, wide-collared boys, of say ten and twelve.

    The Underdog F. Hopkinson Smith
  • A round-faced man, with generosity beaming in his eyes, was Dr. Legrand.

    The Light That Lures Percy Brebner
  • He was a round-faced, respectable appearing fellow, but his mood was distinctly unsociable.

  • She was stout, round-faced, good-natured, and industrious; quite the opposite to her rather cold-blooded husband.

  • Jo Ann leaned forward to smile at the round-faced eleven-year-old boy sitting on the other side of Peggy.

    Crossed Trails in Mexico Nell Virginia Fairfax and Helen Allan Ripley

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