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dignified-looking

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  • My mother cherished the one photograph she had of her father, a dignified-looking tailor, whose death when she was a baby left his family impoverished.

    We Remember - Sheilah Graham, 1904 - 1988

  • In real life a dignified-looking man with a senatorial head of white hair, Ashe played Fisk decked out in a wife-beater tee, an eye patch, and a wig of long, bleached-out tresses that made him look like the eldest and most strung-out Allman Brother.

    Requiem for a Micro-celebrity

  • There stood a rather dignified-looking lady in her designer jogging suit.

    Humor for a Sister’s Heart

  • There stood a rather dignified-looking lady in her designer jogging suit.

    Humor for a Sister’s Heart

  • There stood a rather dignified-looking lady in her designer jogging suit.

    Humor for a Sister’s Heart

  • There stood a rather dignified-looking lady in her designer jogging suit.

    Humor for a Sister’s Heart

  • Nor did the fact that a small number of the human figurines clearly represented dignified-looking fat women convince Naomi that they were meant to be goddesses.

    The Goddess and the Bull

  • Nowadays he appeared as a dignified-looking gentleman in a three-piece suit, though there was still a suggestion of the corsair in his black beard and fierce grin.

    The Life of the World to Come

  • “I am he,” said the dignified-looking man, well versed in the habits of the law court.

    Resurrection

  • The door creaked open and an old and very dignified-looking nobleman strode in, his posture perfect, his Allheart armor impeccable, and his helm tightly tucked under his arm.

    Immortalis

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