said Jessie, with an alarming frank laugh of relief, that was, however, as frankly reflected in the boyishly
appreciative eyes of the young men.
He had burst forth at once with the plain fact, feeling boyishly
miserable and without verbal resources.
But then, you see, that's all part of the day's work," he wound up boyishly
He gratefully took the kind hand that had sustained him: he said, simply, almost boyishly
, "Thank you, Julian.
A thick crop of dusty brown hair was parted boyishly
on the side with a lateral wave above the dry, furrowed forehead.
Set in 1960, Days of Being Wild focuses on the young and boyishly
handsome Yuddy (Leslie Cheung), who learns from the woman who raised him that she is not his real mother.
There are newcomers, like Brian Dempsey, 44 and boyishly
clean-cut, almost preppy.
Bogart's brown eyes wrinkled up and he grinned boyishly
Apache Indian, aka Steve Kapur, is boyishly
excited about performing on the same stage as his childhood heroes.
His eyes were turquoise, his hair a messianic mane of cornfield yellow, his adolescent jaw covered in the sort of proto-blokeish stubble that, due to its early appearance on his boyishly
lovely face, had already turned many a young girl's head.
I am flattered yet puzzled to see my own take on the matter criticized here, because forty years ago I boyishly
suggested the same thing: "I prefer to view his 'corrections' primarily as pedagogical 'demonstrations' (as they are labeled in his harmony treatise, for example), motivated essentially by the desire to provide students with models of correcti-tude" ("Critical Reaction to Beethoven in France: Francois: Joseph Fetis," Revue Beige de musicologie 26-27 [1972-73]: 80).
stacked river slabs boyishly
, in jest, called it a game as you chanted