He is a fine-looking
man--a very fine-looking
man; though that is not the point that I should most have noticed had I been quite myself at the time.
He was a fine-looking
, middle-aged man, and his voice said at once that he expected to be obeyed.
"What a fine-looking
pair they are," whispered the impressible Mrs.
He was a fine-looking man with clear, intelligent eyes, a good forehead and superb physique--by far the highest type of Caspakian I had yet seen, barring Ajor, of course.
So-al was a mighty fine-looking girl, built like a tigress as to strength and sinuosity, but withal sweet and womanly.
Indeed, our pleasant meeting to-day is a proof that when what is good comes of age and is likely to live, there is reason for rejoicing, and the relation between us as clergyman and parishioners came of age two years ago, for it is three-and-twenty years since I first came among you, and I see some tall fine-looking
young men here, as well as some blooming young women, that were far from looking as pleasantly at me when I christened them as I am happy to see them looking now.
One, a fine-looking
man, much above the common size, was hereditary chief of the village; he was called the Left-handed, on account of a personal peculiarity.
He was a darkly-tanned, burly, good-natured, fine-looking
man, of sixty or thereabouts, dressed in a spacious roundabout, that hung round him in festoons of blue pilot-cloth; and one empty arm of this jacket streamed behind him like the broidered arm of a huzzar's surcoat.
There was once upon a time a man and woman who had three fine-looking
sons, but they were so poor that they had hardly enough food for themselves, let alone their children.
She must admire him as a fine-looking
man, with most gentlemanlike, dignified, consistent manners; but perhaps, having seen him so seldom, his reserve may be a little repulsive.
Twelve years had changed Anne from the blooming, silent, unformed girl of fifteen, to the elegant little woman of seven-and-twenty, with every beauty except bloom, and with manners as consciously right as they were invariably gentle; and twelve years had transformed the fine-looking
, well-grown Miss Hamilton, in all the glow of health and confidence of superiority, into a poor, infirm, helpless widow, receiving the visit of her former protegee as a favour; but all that was uncomfortable in the meeting had soon passed away, and left only the interesting charm of remembering former partialities and talking over old times.
He could easily distinguish the astonished countenances of a rather fine-looking
race of natives of yellowish-brown complexion.