His eye is inturned, while the proper Indian eye gazes steadily, as if on a distant object.
It was a very old woman with a wrinkled face and the inturned lips of the toothless.
Mrs. Chedsoye calmly plucked out the inturned fingers of her gloves.
It is always the same expression one catches, rather weary, rather sullen, inturned.
The inturned hoof-print had vanished, so the owner of the big feet that carried hob-nailed boots did not ride.
And so, curiously, Bulldog's fancy had toyed aimlessly with the history of the cayuse that owned that inturned left forefoot.
The whole apparatus is like the inturned finger of a glove which can be blown out by pressure from the inside.
He studied them intently, a horrible dread in his heart as he searched for that goblined hoof that inturned.
After the corner is properly made, cut away the cloth of the embroidery, allowing only enough for an inturned seam on the edge.
The mouth, with a very small œsophagus, lies at the bottom of the inturned peristome.