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  • In her features, in her fisted hands and thrust-out neck.

    Veracity

  • I caught a glimpse of the thrust-out combative face and the hot grey eyes.

    Oscar Wilde, His Life and Confessions

  • Behind him there followed, in grey military fatigues, a specimen of concentrated manhood potent enough to wither every thrust-out jaw in the room.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • From Keely's stiff shoulders and thrust-out chin, he could tell she was still fuming over the way Maya had upset everyone.

    Undercover Vows

  • Would I be thrust-out into the streets of Koonga again?

    The Zero Stone

  • And this baby noted the laughter, and resented it with a thrust-out lip and a frowning knit of his level brows that was funnier than even his blue clothing -- and after that one Parthian glance at the audience, he invariably toddled to me, and hid his face in my dress.

    Stage Confidences

  • But there was a square, determined thrust-out of his weak chin which boded ill for Jim Cotton's classics and mathematics in the future.

    Acton's Feud A Public School Story

  • Ah, how Lansing knew every movement of that familiar rite, even to the pucker of the brow and the pouting thrust-out of the lower lip!

    The Glimpses of the Moon

  • I caught a glimpse of the thrust-out combative face and the hot grey eyes.

    Oscar Wilde

  • I caught a glimpse of the thrust-out combative face and the hot grey eyes.

    Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions

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