The list was headed, as usual, by the name of Sylvie, that plain, quiet little girl I have described before as being at once the best and ugliest pupil in the establishment; the second place had fallen to the lot of a certain Leonie Ledru, a diminutive, sharp-featured
, and parchment-skinned creature of quick wits, frail conscience, and indurated feelings; a lawyer-like thing, of whom I used to say that, had she been a boy, she would have made a model of an unprincipled, clever attorney.
Ray was an altogether serious man and had a little sharp-featured
wife who had also a sharp voice.
It represented an alert, sharp-featured
simian man, with thick eyebrows and a very peculiar projection of the lower part of the face, like the muzzle of a baboon.
woman who evidently intrigued him sits on a yellow deckchair --with yellow gloves, hair and boater--aristocratically at ease while a steamship ploughs through the roiling sea.
He was sharp-featured
with a prominent hook nose and straggling white hair.
Youthfully lean and handsome in a tousled and brooding, sharp-featured
way--looking just like a philosophy graduate student on the U.C.
Here, too, is the stiff-collared Mr Darling in the shape of Liverpool's own Jason Isaacs, sharp-featured
but with a merry twinkle.
The abductors, who are thin and sharp-featured
, call themselves Mao and Lenin.
A lean, sharp-featured
actor with a seductive, serp tine smile, he has found himself in the unusual yet en able position of bouncing back and forth between le and showy character parts.
One newspaper review spoke of Leigh-Hunt's Lady Macbeth as a 'glittering, sharp-featured
young witch, who proves that the role doesn't need a hammy old tigress, just a very good actress'.
Square necklines are striking on small, sharp-featured
German illustrator Sabine Wilharm depicts a sharp-featured
youth with dreadlocks and tiny round specs balanced on a pointy nose.