GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having the shape of an almond, i.e. ellipsoidal with somewhat pointed ends.
- adj. shaped like an almond
““You have beautiful almond-shaped eyes…and those lips…””
“He took a deep breath, like he was gathering himself, then lifted his blue, almond-shaped eyes to meet mine.”
“Janice knew that I took great pride in the mane that framed my brown, almond-shaped eyes and kewpie-doll lips and cascaded down my slim body almost to my hips.”
“Rick laughed and decided he liked that one, the littlest one of the group, with her almond-shaped hazel eyes, wide smile, and perfect teeth.”
“Sights, sounds—even smells—that we associate with peril register in the amygdala, the primitive, almond-shaped structure near the center of the brain.”
“Through the lens, Calvi's striking almond-shaped face, and her well-draped blouse and slacks, reminded me of Diamond Life-era Sade, easily the proudest and most enduring New Romantic of all time and the all time best-selling British female singer.”
“Whenever your brain detects change, including desirable, positive change, it sends a "danger" signal to the amygdala, which is an almond-shaped piece of your brain situated roughly above your ears.”
“Three Figures Beneath a Tree" 1907-8 features women with lidless almond-shaped eyes, and faces with strange concave surfaces - depicted in a shallow stage set full of sharp wrinkles and ridges.”
“This volume starts with a grumpy talking backpack carried by an exotic-looking boy (toned skin, curly dark hair, almond-shaped eyes).”
“What really annoyed me, though, was the single page entitled “Feminizing Animals”, which states several requirements for making a girl version: wispier whiskers, fluffy tail, bows or flowers or other accessories, and the must-have almond-shaped, tilted eyes.”
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