from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no foliaceous appendages on the snout: applied to bats of the family Vespertilionidæ, as distinguished from leaf-nosed, phyllostomons, or rhinolophine bats.
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He seems to love his vivacious girlfriend, the pretty Valerie Donzelli, at the same time he also escapes into the arms of the voluptuous simple-faced lover, played by Israelian actress Sarah Adler.
This simple-faced Louis Vuitton timepiece makes a big statement.
And there was a picture of their father, a simple-faced man in an ample beard, taken at that period when photographs were highly glazed, and raised in bas relief.
He had knocked off poor old Sir David in ten days, but the portrait of the simple-faced child bade fair to stretch over into the following year.
When finally the peasant opened his door the house was searched from top to bottom, but to no purpose; the bird had flown, the gawky Alsatian, the tow-headed, simple-faced lout whom
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Here is a simple-faced young peasant-couple with butter and eggs and chickens ravishingly displayed; here is a smooth-checked, blackeyed, black-haired young girl, looking as if an infusion of Indian blood had darkened the red of her cheeks, presiding over a stock of onions, potatoes, beets, and turnips; there an old woman with a face carven like a walnut, behind a flattering array of cherries and pears; yonder a whole family trafficking in loaves of brown-bread and maple-sugar in many shapes of pious and grotesque device.