aquiline

[ ak-wuh-lahyn, -lin ]SEE DEFINITION OF aquiline

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His nose was aquiline, his forehead high and square, his chin massive.

There was something so unyielding in the keen, aquiline nose and pointed chin.

Her eyes were large and deeply blue; her nose small, but high and aquiline.

But except for the accident that both outlines were aquiline, they had little in common.

An aquiline nose is one hooked like the beak which belongs to an eagle.

She had an eagle eye, an aquiline nose, an eagle flounce, and an eagle heart.

He had a vigorous, massive head, with aquiline nose, and mobile lips.

It was not an aquiline nose, nor was it an aquiline nose reversed.

The features were marked and aquiline, as was common to those of Norman blood.

The Bourbon family has always been distinguished by the aquiline nose.