The "hatchet face" one type, the "round head" another, and the month they were born in—an important clue as to temperament.
Peter began to be infuriated with this young man with the hatchet face.
He was a little bald man, with a hatchet face that did not suggest emotion.
Callahan noticed only his light, springy amble and his hatchet face.
He was staring across the table at her, with a curious expression on his long, hatchet face.
The Sherlock Holmes of fiction is a gaunt figure, with a hatchet face, spare of flesh.
His hair was even a little thin on top—with that and his lean, hatchet face he might have been thirty-five.
He had the hatchet face of the clever Yankee, alert, sharply defined, with a high-bridged and rather bold English nose.
The other was tall and lanky, with a hatchet face and cunning, searching eyes—eyes that looked at you and then looked away.
She was middle-aged, with a weary, hatchet face, and eyes from which looked a crushed spirit.