moon face n.
The round usually red face seen in Cushing's syndrome or in hyperadrenocorticalism.
His moon face stricken and appealing, Monsieur Pettipon addressed the chief steward.
To see the moon face to face gives a charming satisfaction which can never be realized two hundred and forty thousand miles away.
Then the door opened, and the moon face of Mr. Brotherton appeared in a flood of light.
His moon face was inanimate, and vagrant emotions from his heart flicked across his features in quivers of anguish.
Father Brown turned his moon face up to the narrow facade of the house and blinked hopelessly up.
Daniels nodded, his florid, moon face looking lumpy and important.
The gentleman thrust a moon face through the dusky doorway to inquire if I had changed my mind.
A chunky, balding man with a moon face and an irritated expression came up to be sworn in.
His moon face—like a two-hundred-and-twenty-pound Kewpie's—wore a look of pride and responsibility.
Gallardo turned his head slightly to salute Plumitas, who sat smiling, his moon face peeping above his arms and the jacket.