I ain't handsome, none never accused me of that crime, but I ain't lopsided an' lantern-jawed t' the extent she went.
They were gaunt and lantern-jawed, and clothed in tattered buckskin.
There was a thin, lantern-jawed old fellow sipping his chocolate before he resigned himself to sleep.
"Not much," said Nasmith, a lantern-jawed man with black hair.
Brother Japheth halted the parade and there was aggrieved reproachfulness in every line of his long, lantern-jawed face.
That he is extremely sallow, thin, long-faced, and lantern-jawed.
He was tired and horribly thirsty; but his lantern-jawed visage was one unmarred mask of bliss.
The man referred to was a long, lank, lantern-jawed fellow with a cross-grained expression of countenance.
The lantern-jawed Parker had entered softly, and was standing deferentially in the doorway.
And this lantern-jawed 76 fellow might possibly be a character actor of high ability.