from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having a thin, sharp face, like a weasel.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a thin, sharp face like a weasel's.


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  • We swapped and our weasel-faced little Hitler looked genuinely disappointed at the foiled incarceration.

    That's why they call them airport novels

  • The weasel-faced man grabbed me by the arm and urged me blinking into the firelight.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • If a strapping young creature like Agion and a skilled and seasoned fighter such as Bayard had little chance to defeat whatever it was that was attacking them, I certainly couldn2t see how they would suddenly triumph when joined by a skinny, weasel-faced boy carrying a glorified long knife.


  • The last was aimed at his two companions, a short, weasel-faced character and a thin, dark-complexioned thug who had a mustache that drooped down past his shoulders.


  • Then put the pressure on her weasel-faced accountant.

    Deadly Intent

  • You may have heard about Ben Domenech, the 24 year-old wunderkind who spent all of two days last week as the Washington Post's designated conservative blogger; various liberal blogs soon found that he had not only called Coretta Scott King a "Communist" and a fellow Post employee a "weasel-faced Democrat shill," but that he had plagiarized many of the articles he'd written for college newspaper and National Review.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • At a time when the Washington Post is cutting its news room staff by 10%, did you really hire a guy who said of your most popular columnist "Dan Froomkin is without question a lying weasel-faced Democrat shill"?

    Firedoglake » An Open Letter to Jim Brady: Who is Augustine?

  • Yet you allowed someone who called Coretta Scott King a "communist" and Dan Froomkin a "a lying weasel-faced Democrat shill" to start writing as a Washington Post online columnist.

    Firedoglake » Late Nite FDL: The Morning After

  • He was a weasel-faced, spider-legged varlet, supple and insinuating; the famous barber of Seville could not surpass him for his universal knowledge of the affairs of others, and he had no more power of retention than a sieve.

    The Alhambra

  • "Don't get excited, my dear weasel-faced boy," Cormik rumbled indignantly.

    Curse of the Shadowmage


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