Thesaurus / red-faced

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At the same instant a short, scrawny, red-faced man sprang from a bunk in the corner.

He arrived by taxi, red-faced, fingering the butt of his holstered service automatic.

The red-faced, lively little imp returned the corpse to its original resting place.

A Son of the CityHerman Gastrell Seely

He was a red-faced burly young fellow; smart in his way, and with a good-humoured countenance.

"I don't want you to get another house in town," interrupts the full-blooded, red-faced Frisbie.

I threw my mind back to the red-faced chappie I had met at the restaurant, and tried to picture him cutting up rough.

My Man JeevesP. G. Wodehouse

When the door was at last cautiously opened she caught a glimpse of the housekeeper, the discreet and red-faced Mrs. Botz.

A Melody in SilverKeene Abbott

Mrs. Power was a red-faced and not a very good-humored woman.

PollyL. T. Meade

He slid his arm down, and all around the ship a ring of red-faced sailors peered at him, some of them grinning broadly.

A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F.Rutherford G. Montgomery

Mr. Phillips, the shorthand master, was a red-faced, extremely irascible little man.

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