He caught but a flash of it, for his pacings had carried him to the farthest point of his beat, and it was in turning back to the hotel that he saw, in a group of typical countenances--the lank and weary, the round and surprised, the lantern-jawed
and mild--this other face that was so many more things at once, and things so different.
I said with unobtrusive frankness that I was astonished that such a long-legged, lantern-jawed
, unprepossessing-looking specter as he should be singled out for a distinction like that, and asked how it came about.
Inspector Jacks, tall, lantern-jawed
, dressed with the quiet precision of a well-to-do-man of affairs, and with no possible suggestion of his calling in his manner or attire, was by her side almost at once.
Inside a police car, then-sergeant Tolliver leans on a rookie, a 'lanky, lantern-jawed
' farm boy from Patchogue.
The authors utilize Joe as a classic lantern-jawed
, tough-guy hero, with a few new twists to keep things interesting.
Drek's formidable troops even threaten the lantern-jawed
dominance of Captain Qwark (Jim Ward), the Galaxy's insufferably egotistical chief protector, whose team of military Rangers finds itself short on brawn and brain alike.
Brimming with endless energy and devil-may-care, he's a shovel-handed, lantern-jawed
lump of a wildlife presenter who seems to give not one jot for the potential dangers that surround him as part of his day job.
Steve Rogers (Evans), aka Captain America, punches his way through a series of brilliant action sequences, including a rescue of hostages on the high seas and a mayhem-filled but marvellous fight on a freeway.
Today's Defender has the same lantern-jawed
lines as in 1948, but is fitted with disc brakes, air-conditioning, ABS, a six-speed gearbox and leather seats.
iii) Child naturally expects daddy to be a lantern-jawed
adonis who can ride a horse and is particularly proficient in mastering a sword.
James LeGros plays Mac McBeth, an unambitious working stiff who's persuaded by his scheming wife into killing his boss and taking over his restaurant.
As newly installed smoke detectors triggered and 500 farmers prepared to flee, the lantern-jawed
culprit admitted: "It was me!" Peter was a joy to work with and we became lifelong friends.