young-looking

young-looking

adj
having the appearance of youth
Translations

young-looking

[ˈjʌŋˌlʊkɪŋ] ADJde aspecto joven
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Then a small gentleman, very young-looking but very malignant, began to say that it would probably be agreeable to the marshal of the province to give an account of his expenditures of the public moneys, and that the misplaced delicacy of the members of the committee was depriving him of this moral satisfaction.
As he unbarred the door, a smile of joy flitted across his strangely young-looking face and lingered for a moment about his lips.
Its muzzle, young-looking, with the nether lip drawn up like that of a fish, nostrils distended and ears pressed back from fear, kept up for a few seconds near Nikita's shoulder and then began to fall behind.
"For, I really am not," he added, with his son's smile, "an alarming personage." He was a young-looking man, in spite of his perplexities and his very grey hair, and his manner seemed quite natural.
"I am rather young-looking, I know; but I am actually older than I appear to be.
He was a year younger than I, and young-looking even when that allowance was made.
Slayin' and young-looking in her very stylish floral birthday dress, she spent the celebration with her family, close friends, women organization from Filipino Chinese Business and Professional Women, Mink Ladies CEO Group, Zonta of Greater Rizal II, Pearl S.
Or is he thinking, uwow, that John Sununu sure looks great - so young-looking!"?
Actress Alice Dixson, who will turn 50 in July, has very specific pieces of advice to women in order for them to stay young-looking.
All young-looking people trying to buy alcohol should be asked to show their passport, photocard driving licence or PASSaccredited identification.
Summary: Lahore [Pakistan], May 1 (ANI): Inzamam-ul-Haq, chief selector of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has expressed optimism about his young-looking side's chances of thrashing England and Ireland in the upcoming Tests.