He turned his head and rose at Thomson's entrance, a rather short, keen-looking young man, his face slightly pitted with smallpox, his mouth hard and firm, his eyes deep-set
Of middle height, rather lean than otherwise, he had deep-set
eyes, a mean appearance, his hair was coarse, black and thin, which, say the biographers of his time, made him take early to the skull-cap.
Levin saw proofs of this in his dress, in the old-fashioned threadbare coat, obviously not his everyday attire, in his shrewd deep-set
eyes, in his idiomatic, fluent Russian, in the imperious tone that had become habitual from long use, and in the resolute gestures of his large, red, sunburnt hands, with an old betrothal ring on the little finger.
She might have been five-and-thirty years of age, with aquiline nose, firm yet sensitive mouth, dark curving brows, and deep-set
eyes which shone and sparkled with a shifting brilliancy.
His small, deep-set
eyes always twinkled and looked out straight.
The eyes themselves were small, deep-set
, and close together.
The playwright gave Mainhall a curious look out of his deep-set
faded eyes and made a wry face.
Jaggers, fixing me for the first time with his dark deep-set
eyes, "we must revert to the evening when we first encountered one another in your village.
His weather-tanned face, framed in the hood, had an aspect of authority and challenging force, with the deep-set
eyes gazing far away fixedly, without a wink, like the intent, merciless, steady eyes of a sea-bird.
His face expressed neither anger nor excitement, but there was a slight, dangerous glitter in his deep-set
He had a tall, rather ungainly figure, somewhat stooped, yet suggestive of great strength and endurance; a clean-shaven face deeply lined and bronzed; a thick mane of iron-gray hair falling quite to his shoulders, and a pair of remarkably blue, deep-set
eyes, which sometimes twinkled and sometimes dreamed, and sometimes looked out seaward with a wistful quest in them, as of one seeking something precious and lost.
As he now leaned back in his chair, and bent his deep-set
eyes upon her in his turn, perhaps he might have seen one wavering moment in her, when she was impelled to throw herself upon his breast, and give him the pent-up confidences of her heart.