- adj. having a pleasing face or one showing a sweet disposition
“I think it's pretty childish, to be honest," said the sweet-faced Ellie, after a group of men stood round her, sniggering about anal probes.”
“In the end, the Fox sweet-faced Dallas McMurray, seemingly resurrected, reappears triumphant—even if his eyes are blinded behind glasses marked with X's.”
“Theo arrived a few years later and soon he was a sweet-faced kid who asked too many questions, but that just made him more like his mother, and more loved.”
“In the early 1970s, it was the turn of sweet-faced David Cassidy, the star of TV's "The Partridge Family," to earn the devotion of millions of girls world-wide — among them the writer Allison Pearson.”
“Bunster knew that he had more to fear from the good-natured, even sweet-faced, Malaita boy than from the entire population of Lord Howe; and it gave added zest to the programme of torment he was carrying out.”
“Theirs was a wide-eyed, sweet-faced puppy, which they told me was a beloved Havanese.”
“A sweet-faced woman stood at our door with a red bucket in her gloved hands.”
“The same two bucks I put in the sweet-faced woman's bucket.”
“On a store step sat a little, sweet-faced girl looking upward toward the skies, and in the carriage by her lay—but the messenger looked no longer.”
“The focus was a sweet-faced woman in a head kerchief, holding a small boy in her arms.”
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