pleasant-faced love

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  • They had surrounded one of their number, a pleasant-faced man of thirty, and were giving it to him rather heatedly.

    INEFFICIENCY

  • One of them opened the door for Gideon, who entered a large conference room, where President Diggs was talking quietly to a plain but pleasant-faced man in his sixties with the jowly, careworn expression of a hound dog.

    Gideon’s war

  • The driver turned out to be a pleasant-faced man in his mid-twenties, who introduced himself as Tony Garcia.

    The Shadow of Your Smile

  • There was another man there, of middle height and a little stout, pleasant-faced and in his late forties, she guessed.

    You Don't Take Names

  • A pleasant-faced man of about fifty with close-cropped hair, he greeted her with a warm smile.

    Just Take My Heart

  • She was a broad, pleasant-faced woman about his age, and she had made her interest clear.

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  • “He means send an electric telegram,” volunteered the third, a pleasant-faced youth of nineteen or twenty.

    When the Sleeper Wakes

  • He was a pleasant-faced man of thirty, perhaps, with

    When the Sleeper Wakes

  • It was the pleasant-faced man in his twenties who'd checked us in.

    Grave Surprise

  • Thus was born the duo Mickey and Sylvia, whose pleasant-faced, sweet-voiced female half — decked out onstage in swishy outfits by showbiz designer Felix DeMasi — was quietly developing into a first-rate musician.

    Hip-Hop Happens

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