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soldierly-looking

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  • A tall, slender, very soldierly-looking man, he was an Army briefer during the Persian Gulf War, but has been infrequently seen or photographed in recent years because of his clandestine post.

    The Ploy

  • A tall, slender, very soldierly-looking man, he was an Army briefer during the Persian Gulf War, but has been infrequently seen or photographed in recent years because of his clandestine post.

    The Ploy

  • A tall, slender, very soldierly-looking man, he was an Army briefer during the Persian Gulf War, but has been infrequently seen or photographed in recent years because of his clandestine post.

    The Ploy

  • Landamman Biederman have made the reader in some degree acquainted, was a tall, well-made, soldierly-looking man.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • It being now late, and the party very modest in their fear of being too diffuse, there were some tokens of separation; when Sergeant Dornton, the soldierly-looking man, said, looking round him with a smile:

    Reprinted Pieces

  • A gaunt soldierly-looking young man with long lean legs in riding gaiters and a bandolier, who had hitherto not spoken, intervened now on his behalf in a note of confident authority.

    The War in the Air

  • In ten minutes the old Kaffir had been transformed into an active soldierly-looking man of maybe fifty years.

    Prester John

  • Miss Henderson was leaning against the rail talking to a tall, soldierly-looking lllall.

    Hercule Poirot's Casebook

  • 'Such a soldierly-looking man!' she said with malicious intent, and smoothed back the lock of hair to await the result.

    Hercule Poirot's Casebook

  • Of these, Inspector Barnett was a discreet soldierly-looking man.

    Hercule Poirot's Casebook

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