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  • Had she been short-haired, heavy-jawed, large - muscled, hard-bitten, and utterly unlovely in every way, all would have been well.

    Chapter 6

  • This man, William Sherbourne, was a gross and stolid creature, a heavy-jawed man of the working class who had become a successful building-contractor in a small way.

    THE ENEMY OF ALL THE WORLD

  • His red heavy-jawed face was made for joviality, but his small brown eyes were wary, constantly moving.

    Excerpt: Spade & Archer by Joe Gores

  • He had long, thick arms and a brutal, heavy-jawed face -

    Golden State

  • He wasn't gigantic in the full daylight, but he was big enough, his face broad and heavy-jawed but not unhandsome, the eyes I hadn't been able to make out at our first meeting a brownish green.

    The Devil's Bedpost

  • At a quayside, a car transporter opens its heavy-jawed cargo doors to emit three thousand family saloons which have spent twenty days at sea since leaving their assembly plant at Ulsan, on the Korean peninsula.

    ‘The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work’

  • At once I saw in imagination the strong, heavy-jawed, greedy, flat

    Dream tales and prose poems

  • It was a huge heavy-jawed dog of some unfamiliar breed, and it, wore a spike-studded collar.

    The War in the Air

  • Rathlee, forty-two years old, five-seven, two hundred pounds, was a broad-shouldered, heavy-jawed man with reddish brown hair, a matching handlebar mustache, and hazel eyes.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Rathlee, forty-two years old, five-seven, two hundred pounds, was a broad-shouldered, heavy-jawed man with reddish brown hair, a matching handlebar mustache, and hazel eyes.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

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