Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having a round, broad face, like an apple.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a face round like an apple.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The apple-faced Mr. Strong was born in 1929 in rural Canada.

    The U.N.'s Man of Mystery

  • He was a white-haired, apple-faced old boy, with sleepy eyes and

    The Man Who Was Thursday

  • An apple-faced old woman received me at the door, and hospitably invited me to wait within for Mr. Austyn's return from morning service, which I did, while the carriage, with the little boys and Tip in it, drove up and down before the door.

    Cecilia de Noël

  • A little, apple-faced, shrivelled-looking man was waiting for them.

    The Slave of Silence

  • Kenny's old peasant in wrinkled apple-faced cheer smiled broadly from the wall, listening to the click of billiard balls with his painted eyes upon the doorway.

    Kenny

  • Julia saw her little old grandmother, in an outrageous flowered bonnet, and Evelyn who was a most successful modiste now, and Marguerite, looking flushed and excited, with her fat, apple-faced young husband, and three lumpy little children.

    The Story of Julia Page

  • Mandy gasped, as she stood panting for breath and blinking at the pretty, young, apple-faced Julia; "I was suah most gone dat time."

    Polly of the Circus

  • A stout, apple-faced woman opened it, looking a shade nervous.

    T. Tembarom

  • Mandy gasped, as she stood panting for breath and blinking at the pretty, young, apple-faced Julia; ` ` I was suah most gone dat time. ''

    Polly of the Circus

  • Toodle being the family name of the apple-faced family.

    Euphony.

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