moon-faced


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moon-faced

(mo͞on′fāst′)
adj.
Having a round face.

moon-faced

adj
having a round face; full-faced

moon′-faced`



adj.
having a round face.
[1610–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.moon-faced - having a round face
faced - having a face or facing especially of a specified kind or number; often used in combination; "a neatly faced terrace"
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"Anglais ou Francais, monsieur?" demanded a thickset, moon-faced young Flamand in a blouse.
The moon-faced youth (by name Jules Vanderkelkov, as I afterwards learnt) took the first sentence.
Archie and Charlie, evidently great cronies, were pacing up and down, shoulder to shoulder, whistling "Bonnie Dundee"; Mac was reading in a corner, with his book close to his near-sighted eyes; Dandy was arranging his hair before the oval glass in the hat-stand; Geordie and Will investigating the internal economy of the moon-faced clock; and Jamie lay kicking up his heels on the mat at the foot of the stairs, bent on demanding his sweeties the instant Rose appeared.
"Enough to make a man morbid, to be stalked by beastly journalists and stared at by gaping moon-faced idiots, wherever he goes!
Hello Kitty, Japan's moon-faced global icon of cute will soon appear in a Hollywood film for the first time in her 45-year-old history, her creator said on Wednesday.
To view the photo gallery, click here The moon-faced creation, who has spawned a multi-billion dollar industry, began her birthday by trying her hand as manager of the Mitsukoshi department store in Tokyo's glitzy Ginza district.
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Stylized moon-faced characters created from manipulated photographs of 18th century tombstones are set against evocative backgrounds.
GE[micro]y-ebakan's most famous song, "Ay YE-zlE-m" (My Moon-faced Lover), stayed on the Turkish music charts for weeks.
The artist became famous for his moon-faced girls in different
Muslim parents, shopping at a Morrison's store, bought their double-chinned and moon-faced son, aged three, a mislabelled pasty: they thought he was noshing cheese and onion when he was downing non-halal beef.
WITH a final flurry of life-sapping cliches The X Factor's worst-ever series fizzled out as moon-faced moaner J.