There was a stout, red-faced man, coming on the run as fast as he could hurry.
The magnate, red-faced and angry, returned with him to the station.
The red-faced gentleman stared at him in indignant amazement.
The door opened and a stout, red-faced young woman appeared.
It was near sunset when his Hausfrau, the disappearing chaperon, ran to him red-faced.
"Yes, I'm Mr. MacClean," said a red-faced, fussy-looking man.
Poor Rooney was so jolly and red-faced, but his skin is like chalk.
"No catch—no catch—that's all you know about it," growled the red-faced seaman.
It 133 was impossible not to like this bluff, red-faced man with the loud voice.
He had grown portly and red-faced, and talked in a strident voice.