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- v. Present participle of underhang.
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Since I was concentrating back over my left: shoulder I could not see that I was approaching an underhanging bank of clouds to my right front.
The vivid sunset reflections, now thrown back from the black arch, yet gave a reddish smokiness to the livid and sickly green which showed, from time to time, beneath the underhanging masses of inky black.
For Peter Ascott had the underhanging, obstinate, sensual lip, the large throat -- bull-necked, as it has been called -- indications of that essentially animal nature which may be born with the nobleman as with the clown; which no education can refine, and no talent, though it may co-eqist with it, can ever entirely remove.
One had a very large, underhanging lip, with a kind of tragi-comic countenance, and was constantly making lugubrious puns.
A small, thin, pale-faced man, with fair hair, and beard, commonplace features, and the hereditary underhanging Burgundian jaw prominently developed, he was not without a certain nobility of presence.
A second cross considerably lessens the underhanging of the lower jaw, and a third entirely removes it, retaining the spirit and determination of the animal.