from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a smooth surface in general: as, a smooth-faced file.
- Having a smooth face; beardless.
- Having a mild, bland, or winning look; having a fawning, insinuating, or hypocritical expression.
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- adj. lacking hair on the face
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He was a smooth-faced, blue-eyed youngster of twenty-five, slender and natty in his captain's uniform.
In appearance and atmosphere he was a strapping big college man, smooth-faced and easy-mannered, clean and simple and wholesome, with a known record of being a splendid athlete and an implied vast possession of cold culture of the inhibited sort.
A smooth-faced, moon-faced young man was smiling at her good-naturedly.
Daemus turned to face the soldier addressing him, a smooth-faced lad in a conspicuously dry uniform and a corporal's insignia on his collar.
I spoke to the steward, an old Chinese, smooth-faced and brisk of movement, whose name I never learned, but whose age on the articles was fifty-six.
I'll not deny I was rather smooth-faced and youngish, but I'd been a man amongst men many's the day, and it rankled me.
They were a little frightened at this smooth-faced young fellow, and the swing and smash of his words, and his dreadful trait of calling a spade a spade.
The blonde, smooth-faced Tolpefer sat on a platform drinking water with one mouth and simultaneously smoking a cigarette with the other.
‘He was studying the board, when Joline led Teslyn and Edesina into the wagon like haughty on a pedestal, smooth-faced Aes Sedai to their toenails.’
The younger singer was smooth-faced with narrow eyebrows and a sharp nose.