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  • And there's our Chloe in all her wonky-faced, small-eyed, big-nosed, thin-lipped, flat-haired glory, looking for all the world like Jack Straw in the middle of a Chippendales line-up.

    Going Straight

  • Us small-eyed kids wanted to kill her, she was older than us and we would never be as good as her.

    In the Weeds

  • The beautiful bitch drops to a small-eyed thin-mouthed average or worse.

    Beauty and Power thoughts

  • He was a big, burly, noisy, small-eyed, large-faced, double-chinned, swinish-looking fellow in later life (as we know from the likenesses of him, painted by the famous HANS HOLBEIN), and it is not easy to believe that so bad a character can ever have been veiled under a prepossessing appearance.

    A Child's History of England

  • Mascara drips down her face, which is red and puffy and small-eyed.

    The Nature of Jade

  • His clothing was as black as the priests 'and his small-eyed head was presented on his crisp ruff as if it were being served on a plate.

    This Scepter'd Isle

  • Their intense, small-eyed stares caused him to turn away in embarrassment at their condition.

    A Call to Arms

  • She wore a multiplicity of cloaks and capes that made her bulk seem even more massive, while her small-eyed, thin-lipped face was surmounted by a tiny bonnet of ludicrous delicacy.

    Sharpe's Rifles

  • Fleetingly Mary wondered if it was a requirement for all Reformed ministers to have that look: lean, small-eyed, pale, straight-spined.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • But then she thought of small-eyed gunmen crouched against the wall, and curled farther under the covers.

    Call Of The Heart

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