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  • He was sealed like a leper, and, weazen-faced and age-shrunken, he hobbled horribly from an ancient spear-thrust to the thigh that twisted his torso droopingly out of the vertical.

    CHAPTER IX

  • One of the wealthiest members of the family was a little weazen-faced old maid, of fifty years or more.

    The Citizen-Soldier or, Memoirs of a Volunteer

  • He was now twelve -- a dwarf in statue, hump-backed, weazen-faced and shrill-voiced, unsightly in all eyes but those of his parents.

    The Little Gold Miners of the Sierras and Other Stories

  • He was sealed like a leper, and, weazen-faced and age - shrunken, he hobbled horribly from an ancient spear-thrust to the thigh that twisted his torso droopingly out of the vertical.

    Chapter 9

  • And at the last, when I stood at the gate of life, a weazen-faced fishwife, who had not wit enough to support herself, came near shutting me out.

    The Promised Land

  • And at last, when I stood at the gate of life, a weazen-faced fishwife, who had not wit enough to support herself, came near shutting me out.

    The Promised Land

  • Soon after my arrival here, a little, weazen-faced, old seyud, in a threadbare and badly-faded green gown, comes hobbling through the rain and the mahogany-colored slush of the village yard to the gate.

    Around the World on a Bicycle - Volume II From Teheran To Yokohama

  • "Powder-puffs for the face, lady," whispered a lean and weazen-faced hawker, slipping among the crowd with secrecy.

    The Mississippi Bubble

  • The women were mostly little weazen-faced creatures, whom labour and ill treatment had rendered inexpressibly hideous.

    The Uncalled A Novel

  • As we move out our new guide comes up, a blear-eyed, weazen-faced, quiet old man, with his bow and arrows in one hand and a small cane in the other.

    Canyons of the Colorado

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