Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a long coarse face; ugly.
“There were attempts at matchmaking, but Polly was somewhat horse-faced and definitely bossy; Washington was not about to marry another version of his mother.”
“She gives us half-canucks a bad name, the horse-faced deep fried cheese eating surrender monkey supporter.”
“He was a large, dark, horse-faced man who always looked uncomfortable -- too many clothes, too hot, needed a shave, hair matted and tangled.”
“The lower berth in the next cabin was turned down and looked so inviting that I dragged off my duds any old how and crawled in gratefully, reflecting that the Orient Express was an Al train, and Kralta, the teasing horse-faced bag-gage with her splendid assets, was just the freight for it ... and Vienna lay ahead.”
“Carville was speaking to the right-wing talking point of a "deeply flawed" candidate with such high unfavorables, advanced by his dour and horse-faced spouse and picked up by the other right-wingers on the panel.”
“For years we've been informed that titless horse-faced junkies are "sexy".”
“She was so homely that Henry James called her “horse-faced.””
“Gratitude was replaced by a sophisticated disdain long before a horse-faced candidate for the presidency, himself a veteran who had launched his career by slandering other veterans, warned that the alternative to doing well in school is getting stuck in a war zone.”
“Not only that, but she has a face like a horse, so, in essence, you want to have sex with an ugly horse-faced guy.”
“If you think you have a drinking problem, for God's sake, keep it to yourself, no one in the world likes a sloppy, mouthy, horse-faced humping retard.”
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