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It threw out into an astonishing relief the unwrinkled face, the brilliant black glance, the upright compact figure, the simple, brisk self-possession of the mature personality--as though in her revolutionary pilgrimage she had discovered the secret, not of everlasting youth, but of everlasting endurance.
He had a large watch-chain and bunch of seals, a coat buttoned up to inconvenience, a waistcoat buttoned up to inconvenience, an unwrinkled pair of trousers, a stiff pair of boots.
The smooth pallor of her unwrinkled skin looked more fearfully white than ever.
He had a full unwrinkled face and such clear-shining eyes that his grey beard looked quite false on him, stuck on for a disguise.
He looked straight at Prince Andrew and suddenly unwrinkled his forehead.
Her face was almost like the face of a child, smooth and unwrinkled, save for one line by the eyes where she laughed.
She had accepted this submergence as philosophically as all her other trials, and now, in extreme old age, was rewarded by presenting to her mirror an almost unwrinkled expanse of firm pink and white flesh, in the centre of which the traces of a small face survived as if awaiting excavation.
He appeared to be a man about forty years of age, with fine, handsome features, and a tall, well-shaped figure; his hair and whiskers were light, his forehead compact and unwrinkled, his face rather pale, his teeth magnificent.
For half my life the Big Thinkers have described America as a youth culture that worships the young, new, and unwrinkled. I found that cool when they were talking about me, less so now that I've aged out.
I think copying the healthy habits of the unwrinkled women in this study is wise.
She is now bringing her TV show, "Unwrinkled Heart Caregivers' Journeys" to homes on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
I'm mourning the passing of the alltoo-brief period in life when it seems like you have forever ahead of you and you can look towards the future with a fresh and unwrinkled face.