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Examples

  • I really hate those Bratz dolls - evil-faced little chav slags.

    Twats and Bratz

  • Only the monsters are sinister and defiant, an evil-faced human tree pushing a cigarette to the lips of a dying woman.

    The Strange, Prescient Art Of Marcel Dzama

  • A slump-shouldered, evil-faced ghost who damned him a thousand times.

    The White Rose

  • I had been building this picture of him in my mind, somebody evil-faced, but he was just ordinary, calm-looking, with a tousle of oily black hair and black-rimmed, pale gray eyes.

    Earthly Possessions

  • "You see you are my prisoners also," the evil-faced man cried.

    Tom Swift Jr And His Flying Lab

  • And if Bud, Nort and Dick could, at that moment, or thereabouts, have seen Rosemary boldly defying the evil-faced Mike with her automatic, their admiration for the girl would have been manifested by yells of approval.

    The Boy Ranchers Among the Indians or, Trailing the Yaquis

  • I went in without a word, prepared for the worst, and expecting to see some evil-faced woman, fit companion for the pair outside.

    Cord and Creese

  • Verily evil-faced and villainous he looked, as he sat in the blazing sun and leaned on his oars, and Mart shuddered to think what might have happened to all of them had it not been for that elephant gun.

    The Pirate Shark

  • Without a word Peters 'fist shot out, caught the evil-faced seaman full on the jaw, and Birch went back with a crash.

    The Pirate Shark

  • Chinese soldiers, a tall, evil-faced Manchu, pock-marked and blind of the right eye, who stared at her fixedly for some time.

    The Jungle Girl

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