This superintendent was a slim creature of thirty-five, with a sandy goatee and short sandy hair; he wore a stiff standing-collar whose upper edge almost reached his ears and whose sharp points curved forward abreast the corners of his mouth -- a fence that compelled a straight lookout ahead, and a turning of the whole body when a side view was required; his chin
was propped on a spreading cravat which was as broad and as long as a bank-note, and had fringed ends; his boot toes were turned sharply up, in the fashion of the day, like sleigh- runners -- an effect patiently and laboriously produced by the young men by sitting with their toes pressed against a wall for hours together.
Why that, you know,' he returned, rubbing his double chin
He watched me keenly and slyly, his chin
all the while on his breast.
She had twinkly little screwed up eyes, a double chin
, and a short turned up nose.
He relapsed into silence, with his chin
now sunken almost to his knees.
And what a good round belly I should have grown, what a treble chin
I should have established, what a ruby nose I should have coloured for myself, so that everyone would have said, looking at me: "Here is an asset
But do you really think a man's chin
can be too square?
When I first cast my eyes on her, she sat looking fixedly down, her chin
resting on her hand, and she did not change her attitude till I commenced the lesson.
All this was evidently not meant for my ears, but I could scarcely help hearing it, considering that my chin
was almost on the Chancellor's shoulder.
He was standing upon his trolly, haranguing a gangman, and his shoulders were as well drilled and his big, thick chin
was as clean-shaven as ever.
He is an exceedingly puffy little old gentleman, with big circular eyes and a huge double chin
Throw up your chin
a moment, so that I may catch the profile of your face better.