"I'd take my oath he has hid them somewheres," replied Jack Beard, an ill-looking lad.
He was a surly, ill-looking man, with a heavy dark mustache.
He put his ill-looking face over the stile, as they came up, and I flung him the other sixpence, and thanked him too.
He's no that ill-looking; but, eh, there's a glint in his eye I wouldna trust.
A row of ill-looking houses, huts and shops stretched along the bay for nearly a mile.
The world had told me I was not ill-looking, and I believed what it said.
The people too, seemed not so ill-looking, and much more good-natured, than we had at first thought.
That she be beautiful, only that she be not ill-looking, is not important.
This was an ill-looking fellow, with one eye damaged,—a most unamiable Dogberry.
Her conversation had won me: a woman who could talk so, I fancied, could not be ill-looking.