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a face having a bland babyish or childish appearance, especially a plump, small-featured face unmarked by characteristic lines.
a person having such a face.
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Origin of baby face
First recorded in 1705–15
OTHER WORDS FROM baby facebaby-faced, adjective
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How to use baby face in a sentence
His wide blue eyes, baby face, and soft, mumbling voice are less pronounced than they are onscreen.Casey Affleck, Star of ‘Out of the Furnace,’ on His Hollywood Struggles|Marlow Stern|December 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Paul Ryan, WI-6 (R), is the baby-face of the lot, no money, but lots of braininess about taxes and spending.The GOP's Oompa-Loompa|John Batchelor|September 2, 2010|DAILY BEAST
He gazed into the baby face, which, in its expressionless placidity, almost recalled her mother's tranquil sweetness.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
The drops fell upon the livid baby face, dripping down upon the bare feet of the squatter.
The vivid mark was offering its crimson tinge sharply against the dead blue of the rest of the baby face.
A pale, pinched baby face looked up at him wonderingly, the golden hair shining with celestial glory in the moonlight.The White Shield|Myrtle Reed
Then, the heavy brows of Aggie would draw down a little, and the baby face would harden.Within the Law|Marvin Dana
British Dictionary definitions for baby face
a smooth round face like a baby's
a person with such a face
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