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  • At the same instant a tall, loose-framed young man with a clean-shaved, earnest face advanced eagerly towards the pit head.


  • A tall, sunburned, capable-looking, clean-shaved man looked in at us.


  • In age he was rather younger than Douglas -- forty-five at the most -- a tall, straight, broad-chested fellow with a clean-shaved, prize-fighter face, thick, strong, black eyebrows, and a pair of masterful black eyes which might, even without the aid of his very capable hands, clear a way for him through a hostile crowd.


  • An elderly, clean-shaved man with a kindly face and a good brow rose from the end of the table which faced the chairman.


  • Its light shone upon his strong, resolute, clean-shaved face and his menacing eyes.


  • White Mason was a quiet, comfortable - looking person in a loose tweed suit, with a clean-shaved, ruddy face, a stoutish body, and powerful bandy legs adorned with gaiters, looking like a small farmer, a retired gamekeeper, or anything upon earth except a very favourable specimen of the provincial criminal officer.


  • Norway, and the residence in Rome, marked by a little bust which stands before me now, where the beard is cut away into two round whiskers so as to release the firm round chin, and the long upper lip is clean-shaved.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • He is clean-shaved; his lips are thin and sensitive; something rigid and monarchal in the set of his features lends a certain elevation to the character of his face.

    Amy Foster

  • A brougham passed him swiftly on noiseless wheels, and the woman in it caught a glimpse of the high-bred clean-shaved face, half savage, half sullen in the hansom.

    Red Pottage

  • There were four senators present — Nikitin, who took the chair, a clean-shaved man with



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