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  • n. a large fat human face


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  • "Hey, are you the fella with a dead body under the floor?" he asked with a pudding-face smile.

    The Cat Who Went Underground

  • Algy, it must be admitted, is no Adonis, but at least there is something in his great round pudding-face and his cheery idiotic smile which gives one the impression of a warm and optimistic nature.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, June 27, 1917

  • The stranger is a tiny, sleepy, rosy old man, with a vacant pudding-face, and a shining bald head.

    The Lock and Key Library Classic Mystery and Detective Stories: Modern English

  • The butt was a pudding-face Tartar-physiognomied boy of fifteen, whose intellects, with fostering, if not great, might at least have been respectable, had he not lost all confidence in his own powers from the constant jeers and mockeries of those who had a greater fluency of speech without perhaps so much real power of mind.

    Mr. Midshipman Easy

  • In the interregnum. while out retail along montana avenue in santa monica claque a fire to the pediatrician. "she told us weekly in her only employment interview about her fourth extrauterine pregnancy, urine.!" pudding-face whenever he children get sick?

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  • "That damned pudding-face is a Whig," said he, "and so, of course, he's a

    The Yeoman Adventurer


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