sharp-faced

Translations

sharp-faced

[ˈʃɑːpˈfeɪst] ADJ sharp-featured [ˈʃɑːpˈfiːtʃəd] ADJde facciones angulosas
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

sharp-faced

[ˌʃɑːpˈfeɪst] sharp-featured [ˌʃɑːpˈfiːtʃəd] adjdal volto affilato
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References in classic literature ?
"What'll you give me if I tell yer where it is?" said a sharp-faced boy among the crowd.
Was she to be given into the keeping of this sharp-faced, sharp-eyed woman?
They stood in little groups, listening eagerly to a sharp-faced lawyer, or, in sullen despair, eying each other.
'Don't leave me out, Nickleby,' cried a sharp-faced gentleman, who was sitting on a low chair with a high back, reading the paper.
Scanlan, the small, sharp-faced, nervous, black-eyed man, seemed glad to see him once more.
Stable jockey Adam Kirby leaves the room, passing on his way out a sharp-faced whippet, to whom it is decided he bears a striking resemblance.
Luppi, who converts his avuncular air into a dangerous instrument, and Alterio as the sharp-faced Ernesto, behind whose impassive features a coolly calculating brain never stops ticking, are also memorable.
The sharp-faced and sharptongued Miss Smith was in jovial mood when I rang about her Chester appearance, a first for her.
They have already issued descriptions of a sharp-faced young man seen in the Bonhill area of Vale of Leven the day Caroline died.