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  • He whistled softly through his teeth and a wide-browed bay horse put its head put, blowing through its nostrils.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Him mighty Heracles slew in sea-girt Erythea by his shambling oxen on that day when he drove the wide-browed oxen to holy Tiryns, and had crossed the ford of Ocean and killed Orthus and Eurytion the herdsman in the dim stead out beyond glorious

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • But a mortal man noticed him as he drove the wide-browed kine straight towards Pylos.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • She saw that a boy of four or five was staring at her from the hall, a boy in gingham shirt and faded corduroy trousers, but large-eyed, firm-mouthed, wide-browed.

    Main Street

  • She had an intelligent face, delicate but wide-browed.

    The Cat Who Came To Breakfast

  • A long, spare, wide-browed face, with a fine scimitar of a nose and a supple bow of a mouth, and the fierce, fearless, golden eyes of a hawk.

    The Pilgrim of Hate

  • A long, spare, wide-browed face with a fine scimitar of a nose and a supple bow of a mouth, and the dilated, fearless golden eyes of a hawk.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • She had a large-boned, classic face—wide-browed, strong-jawed—and large, well-spaced brown eyes, and a slender neck.

    The Women’s Room

  • When it lighted, the chief gem-buyer's wide-browed, narrow chinned face looked out of it.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • He was a kingly beast, white spatchcocked with brown; thick-barrelled, short-legged, wide-browed, and, like all his breed, very long-horned.

    The King Must Die

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