The Englishman headed his men, his long face sinister in the lamplight.
His fine shoulders sagged and his eyes were hollow in his long face.
Her long face turned white; she seemed to breathe with difficulty.
Madame de Lionne was a blonde, with too fine a skin and a long face.
Madame de Lionne was a blonde with too fine a skin and a long face.
But she had turned aside her sallow, long face, and did not hear what I said.
At that our lads rent the air with shouts, and Will Peake pulled a long face.
He charmed a grin at last into the very Captain's long face.
And you are just as funny, my dear, with your long face, and air of depressed determination.
It is now I who wear a long face, and she cannot dissemble her joy.