Adjective(1) curved down like an eagle's beak
(1) All you see are his twinkling eyes and the top of an aquiline nose.(2) Wayne replied gently as he placed Grandma Eva's cola-framed spectacles on top of her aquiline nose.(3) His teeth were very even and his nose aquiline - almost sharp.(4) The new vocation would draw upon his curiosity, but mainly on his looks, his special features: the characteristic oval face, aquiline nose and shocking white beard.(5) Only five feet tall, she was plump, with an aquiline nose and large eyes.(6) The Somalis are tall and wiry in stature, with aquiline features, elongated heads, and light brown to black skin.(7) His delicate, aquiline face was full of controlled emotion.(8) The aquiline visage of our figure is not that of an old man, while the richness of his dress seems to indicate that, if he is a peasant or servant, he is no ordinary one.(9) The septuagenarian was tall, with aquiline good looks, and a charm backed by erudition.(10) His nose was aquiline and thin, but not too long.(11) I turn around, in time to see a look of utter disgust evaporate off his aquiline features.(12) The man's skin was almost as parchment-like as Lord Scion's was, and an aquiline nose jutted out from the man's bony cheeks.(13) The sunlight tinged everything dully orange, its rays sifting through an ever-present layer of dust, and in it her aquiline profile was haloed in gold.(14) A pair of short, pointed ears were on the upper rear portion of its long, aquiline skull.(15) Deep creases furrowed on his weather beaten aquiline face.(16) It is sensitively modeled to portray the aquiline nose and almond-shaped eyes of the king.
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