Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of crow's feet.

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Examples

  • When Botox is injected into the muscle that encircles the eyes to eliminate what Ms. LaFrance unfortunately calls "those awful crow's-feet wrinkles" she of all people should refer to them as laugh lines!

    And the Whole World . . .

  • Shiseido research has found that women in China are particularly concerned about puffy bags under their eyes, while in Japan, women are more concerned about wrinkles and crow's-feet.

    Shiseido has eye on China

  • No one likes crow's-feet or laugh lines, but a frozen Botox face or scary lip plumping isn't a great look either. 


    11 Mistakes Women Make In Middle Age

  • He was then nearly seventy years old, but because of his emaciated figure, the deep wrinkles in his face, and the crow's-feet about his eyes, he looked even older, his appearance being suggestive of the practice of church asceticisms rather than of his well-known ardent devotion to the military profession.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • He had not kept up the Botox injections, so his crow's-feet returned much deeper.

    Beard

  • The procedures had all been cosmetic, and there was more: hair implants -- a patch of plugs; liposuction -- "just a few quarts" from his thighs; and the injections he got to rid himself of crow's-feet.

    Beard

  • King's lips stiffened under his mustache, and the corners of his eyes wrinkled into crow's-feet to correspond.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Not long ago, I was having a mole checked out and as he was peering at my cheek through his mini-magnifying glass, I made a casual joke about my ever-expanding crow's-feet.

    David Dean Bottrell: A Little Work

  • The conditions it works best for are in the upper third of the face -- frown lines between the eyebrows, horizontal bands of wrinkles across the forehead and crow's-feet at the corners of the eye.

    The Botox Boom

  • Pain followed him everywhere; it had made crow's-feet where once he'd outlined his eyes in black to show the ladies his long lashes.

    Sun of Suns

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