Now she drew out from under the muslin folds a thin gold chain, from which dangled a flat, open-faced locket.
Simple, you will see he was; open-faced and guileless as the day.
"A quarter after five," said her companion, consulting an elegant, open-faced watch.
They are not all so open-faced and above board as they might be.
When again I unclosed my eyes and asked for water, I was lying under the open-faced shed, and it was brilliant sunshine outside.
It was an open-faced, old-fashioned thing, set round with a rim of pearls.
He had such a nice, frank, open-faced way of lying that I couldn't bring myself to correct him.
And they were late, five minutes, by the open-faced watch that lay in the Doctor's hand as they entered the garden.
That group of old people, and that open-faced seafaring man, standing near the altar.
"She must be late," said Ketchel, looking keenly15 up the track and then at his heavy, open-faced watch.