He was square-set, broad-shouldered and thick-chested; and he had a broad, good-humoured face as well.
Of deeds of derring-do for the saving of life our square-set friend was full.
"He has every right," from Mr. Welling, square-set now like his spectacles, and earnest and definite.
His dress was well adapted to his square-set and herculean frame.
Where had he seen those keen grey eyes and that square-set face before?
Mr. Welling, by Christian name Henry, square-set by mind as by body though a wag, had seemed to gravitate to mercurial Maud.
He knew that she could support no more violence, and he turned to the dim, square-set figure before him.
The middle-sized, square-set, weather-tanned, straw-bearded British regulars crowded the footpaths.
It was a square-set creature dressed completely in women's clothes.
The square-set shoulders drooped wearily, and in the eyes was the tired, dumb look of a beaten man.