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“He learned to eat and dress and generally comport himself after the manner of civilized man; but through it all he remained himself, not unduly reverential nor considerative, and never hesitating to stride rough-shod over any soft-faced convention if it got in his way and the provocation were great enough.”
“We had agreed to the marriage but her family did not," she said, as she looked at the picture of the soft-faced young man.”
“In fact, I felt like I was cheating on my husband, because this soft-faced man even smelled different without the scruff.”
“I remember a time when Leonardo DiCaprio was the soft-faced sweetheart of so many schoolgirl dreams.”
“He's pulled in, though equally put off, by his soft-faced, hard-eyed girlfriend Jennifer (a fine performance by Taylor Momsen).”
“As a local crowd converges on Dr. Shyam Sundar, a soft-faced physician who has traveled from the district capital of Muzaffarpur, people don't complain about their worms, malaria or dysentery.”
“Ullmann and Josephson have proved their depths many times over, in many of Bergman's greatest films; the revelation here is the harrowing performance of Borje Ahlstedt as the stooped, soft-faced Henrik -- Johan's 62-year-old son from his first marriage.”
“His stooped, soft-faced Henrik, humiliated by his father when he comes to borrow money to buy his daughter a vintage cello, initially seems a pitiable figure.”
“Draco Fujima was something very different — a fleshy, soft-faced young man, with a squeeze-suit under his streamlined, expensive, rad-proof jumper.”
“Who can believe in growing old, so long as we are wrapped in this cloak of colour and wings and song; so long as this unimaginable vision is here for us to gaze at — the soft-faced sheep about us, and the wool-bags drying out along the fence, and great numbers of tiny ducks, so trustful that the crows have taken several.”
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