from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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Then the good-faced church-goers will talk and sing about loving him for all eternity.
It was only Sara's wool that might seem disreputable, for she was a very good-faced sheep.
"I've been educating the taste of one excursionist this morning, a good-faced workman, who was prying about everywhere with a curious air, and said he never'd been on an excursion before.