a.1.Having a smooth chin; beardless.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"You're not that lovely-smelling, smooth-chinned woman who always has milk.
Happily, some have got busy with their blades and are now smooth-chinned once more.
A generation earlier, smooth-chinned young men had died in forgotten towns, whose names could only be found in the index of a big atlas.
Even at the age of 50, his appetite - his eagerness to please - remains as insatiable as it was when he was a smooth-chinned 15-year-old apprentice lining up for his first-ever race on True Time at The Curragh in 1967.
The popular image is of an enthusiast with fingers in his ears singing, unaccompanied, a song about the high seas of such duration that you could go in smooth-chinned and leave with a red beard to match his own - and that's just the women.
I was used to running wild until midnight," he says, still almost wincing at the shock to his system that a smooth-chinned teenager should suddenly be denied his freedom.
It was in a different mood that smooth-chinned Withers met the recruiting sergeant in Tooting, London, in 1915, telling him that he was Sydney Harrison, so that his parents wouldn't know what he had done.