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round-faced

[round-feyst] /ˈraʊndˈfeɪst/
adjective
1.
having a face that is round.
Origin of round-faced
1670-1680
First recorded in 1670-80
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  • He heard a short laugh from that round-faced, Frenchified fellow.

  • He had never felt towards a girl what that round-faced German boy felt.

    Michael E. F. Benson
  • Captain Hornbecker, a round-faced officer, arrived with his soldiers.

    Terry Charles Goff Thomson
  • Born somewhere in the immensity of Whitechapel, 29 towheaded, round-faced.

    The Bill-Toppers Andre Castaigne
  • Little Mrs. Thrush is just kissing her soft, round-faced cherub.

    How to Cook Husbands Elizabeth Strong Worthington
  • They nicknamed him because he was such a round-faced fellow.

    The Ocean Cat's Paw George Manville Fenn
  • He had returned over the heavy fields, singing to a round-faced moon.

    Fortitude Hugh Walpole
  • A round-faced, small-eyed little thing, tied up in a bundle!

    Mornings in Florence John Ruskin
  • I wonder who that round-faced fellow was, and where I can get something to eat?

    The New Mistress George Manville Fenn

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