Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a round face: as, the round-faced macaque, Macacus cyclopis.
- adj. having a round face
“But the round-faced, bespectacled author, who graduated from medical school and has worked as a business strategist for the consulting firm Ernst & Young, says he is not like the wise old grandmother who sits under a banyan tree telling stories.”
“She was a short, round-faced stout woman of forty-seven with rolling-pin arms and thick-fingered hands.”
“A slight man, round-faced with pale blue eyes, he has the usual jutting lower lip and chin of the blighted Hapsburgs.”
“Behind the altar stood a round-faced man dressed in the robes of a Gauntlet Knight, though Toryn instinctively knew the man was a fake.”
“His round-faced geniality went out like the flame of a snuffed candle.”
“Swithin Hall was a fat, round-faced man, with a laughing lip and laughter-wrinkles in the corners of his eyes.”
“The round-faced Kim Jong Un - unsmiling with his hair combed straight back - was one of the officials named and was sitting in the front row near his father with a military officer between them.”
“He's on the short side, round-faced, in his fifties, his brown ponytail's going gray.”
“He is a slight, round-faced, mannered man, given to theatrical gestures.”
“LOVELL was a short, round-faced, and unpretentious man, orphaned since childhood, who was fifty-two when Donovan hired him in early 1942.”
Looking for tweets for round-faced.