Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A face with sharp and prominent features; a face like a hatchet.
“Dick Ostler accordingly made his appearance; — a queer, knowing, shambling animal, with a hatchet-face, a squint, a game-arm, and a limp.”
“You know things are really going well at a company when hatchet-face Henry Kravis and his buyout barbarians snap up a chunk.”
“His hatchet-face softened for a moment, as if he was sorry for her.”
“The true gods guide our blades, Djinar," one man murmured as he passed hatchet-face.”
“But for all that, thought Cadfael, watching the shrewd, lean hatchet-face, he has a pretty accurate idea of what they're here for.”
“The Jek was coal black, his scales glittering in the cold sunlight, his hatchet-face inscrutable.”
“The very boys who had once ridiculed me and poked fun at me and called me hatchet-face now slapped me on the back and said, “I knew you could do it, Elmer.””
“They poked fun at me and called me “hatchet-face.””
“She had a sharp hatchet-face, eyes with the colour of ice in them ... a cold, blue-grey.”
“He have hatchet-face; Ba'teese no like a man with a hatchet-face.”
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