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double chin

n.
A fold of fatty flesh beneath the chin.

double chin

n
a fold of fat under the chin
ˌdouble-ˈchinned adj

dou′ble chin′


n.
a fold of fat beneath the chin.
[1825–35]
dou′ble-chinned′, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.double chin - a fold of fatty tissue under the chindouble chin - a fold of fatty tissue under the chin
chin, mentum - the protruding part of the lower jaw
Translations
kaksoisleuka

double chin

ndoppio mento
References in classic literature ?
The Town Council are all very little, round, oily, intelligent men, with big saucer eyes and fat double chins, and have their coats much longer and their shoe-buckles much bigger than the ordinary inhabitants of Vondervotteimittiss.
A flight of smooth double chins led down to the dizzy depths of a still-snowy bosom veiled in snowy muslins that were held in place by a miniature portrait of the late Mr.
The looker-on was a round, red-faced, sturdy yeoman, with a double chin, and a voice husky with good living, good sleeping, good humour, and good health.
cried a gentleman with a double chin, as Mr Bonney presented himself.
Vast in bulk and stature, with a long white face, which, broadened at the base by a big double chin, appeared egg-shaped in the fringe of thin greyish whisker, the great personage seemed an expanding man.
She had twinkly little screwed up eyes, a double chin, and a short turned up nose.
Larkins (a gruff old gentleman with a double chin, and one of his eyes immovable in his head) is fraught with interest to me.
But youth quickly adapts itself to changed conditions; in a few weeks it seemed as if the Story Girl had always been living at Uncle Alec's, and as if Uncle Roger had always had a fat, jolly housekeeper with a double chin and little, twinkling blue eyes.
Her double chin was dimpled, and her teeth were marvels of whiteness and regularity.
Her colorless face, with its double chin, looked out from under a round plaited cap, which made her look paler than she really was.
There, however, stood the old waiter at the door, in the same greasy black suit, with the same double chin and flaccid face, with the same huge bunch of seals at his fob, rattling his money in his pockets as before, and receiving the Major as if he had gone away only a week ago.
Kimble, laughing above her double chin with much good-humour, aside to Mrs.