But how could they bronze that stubby little body, the melon head, the double chin?
Watch as she explains the origin of her “double chin” picture that spread like wildfire online.
He had a double chin and a smile which was apologetic but ingratiating.
She not only had a double chin, she seemed to be doubled all over.
The tenor, who had not been recalled, looked cross and made a movement of his double chin that suggested bridling.
How she had changed from the days when she had a double chin!
He was a large, rather heavy-looking man, with a clean-shaven face and a double chin.
She's fifty if she's a day, weighs a hundred and ninety and has a—a double chin.
He was a stout man with a double chin and a weighty manner; honest, but slow, and the spokesman of the more wealthy burghers.
This Prioress was a short little person, round and white, with a double chin, and a complexion at once fresh and placid.