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strong-featured

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  • Blue-eyed, strong-featured, in Saxon's opinion he was undeniably handsome.

    CHAPTER XII

  • Hale and hearty, though aged, strong-featured, with the tough and leathery skin produced by long years of sunbeat and weatherbeat, his was the unmistakable sea face and eyes; and at once there came to me a bit of Kipling's Galley

    A WINNER OF THE VICTORIA CROSS

  • The captain, a sad-eyed, strong-featured American, was cartooned in the papers as “Gloomy Gus” (the pessimistic hero, of the comic supplement).

    Goliah

  • I think the fact that his voice matches his stubbly, strong-featured face perfectly takes them, both attractive on their own, and squares 'em instead of adds 'em.

    kateelliott: 2008 Film Reviews: Tony Leung Smiles!

  • This strong-featured and powerful English dancer — tall, dark and handsome — delivers an intense, expansive and charismatic portrayal.

    Fair Feathered Friends

  • She was a gray-eyed, strong-featured, middle-aged woman, large - boned and fairly stout.

    Chapter 13

  • It made his eyes leap out from his strong-featured face.

    The Opposite of Me

  • She was strong-featured and plain with brown hair and brown eyes, nothing flashy like some court ladies, he thought.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » Lady Blackheart

  • The teacher, Ghada, is a strong-featured taskmistress in her late 30s.

    Baghdad Music and Ballet School Soldiers On

  • It was a distant aunt or a second cousin or something, a short, strong-featured woman in her fifties wearing a tweed jacket over trousers and a pork pie hat on her head.

    What I cooked last night.

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