round-faced [round-feyst] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. having a face that is round.

Origin of round-faced First recorded in 1670–80 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for round-faced Contemporary Examples of round-faced

  • One of them who called to him was a girl, round-faced and wearing eyeglasses, who appeared to be in her late teens.

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  • Historical Examples of round-faced

  • He heard a short laugh from that round-faced, Frenchified fellow.

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  • He had never felt towards a girl what that round-faced German boy felt.


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  • Captain Hornbecker, a round-faced officer, arrived with his soldiers.


    Charles Goff Thomson

  • Born somewhere in the immensity of Whitechapel, 29 towheaded, round-faced.

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  • Little Mrs. Thrush is just kissing her soft, round-faced cherub.

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