Usage examples for chin

  1. Look at the angle of his chin!" – Winds of the World by Talbot Mundy
  2. He has one theory about the trembling of the chin. – In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875. by L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone
  3. It was an evil moment however in which to carry a high chin to Willie Macwha, who was out of temper with the whole world except Annie Anderson. – Alec Forbes of Howglen by George MacDonald
  4. The same eyes, the same hair, the same determined chin. – Nan Sherwood on the Mexican Border by Annie Roe Carr
  5. He got it just under the chin, as he was watching the effect of his pull- off. – The Heath Hover Mystery by Bertram Mitford
  6. A bit more ear, nose, and chin. – An Encounter in Atlanta by Ed Howdershelt
  7. Then there was the mouth, which Starr knew might be utterly changed in appearance when one saw the chin that went with it. – Starr, of the Desert by B. M Bower
  8. What is my chin thinking, uncle? – Alec Forbes of Howglen by George MacDonald
  9. She lay with her knees drawn up to her chin and shivered and cried to go home. – Calvary Alley by Alice Hegan Rice
  10. As it happened, more by good luck than intended aim, the blow took him on the point of the chin. – The Bittermeads Mystery by E. R. Punshon
  11. " No- o," returned Jewel, drawing in her chin and smiling. – Jewel A Chapter In Her Life by Clara Louise Burnham
  12. Iras laughed a shrill, short laugh, and her narrow, regularly formed face, which might have been called beautiful, had not the bridge of the straight delicate nose been too long and the chin too small, darkened slightly, as she exclaimed, " That is frank at least." – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  13. He had lost his hat, and there was a spot of blood on his chin. – A Little Union Scout by Joel Chandler Harris
  14. Don't do nothing hardly but sit and chin with each other over in the jail. – The Rangeland Avenger by Max Brand
  15. Madge's chin was in her hands. – Madge Morton's Victory by Amy D.V. Chalmers
  16. He was leaning his arms on the back of the seat before him; his head was lowered so that his chin rested lightly on one hand, while the other hand played nervously with the seat on which he leaned. – At the Time Appointed by A. Maynard Barbour
  17. But she herself sat on in the early sunshine with her chin upon her hand for a long, long time. – The Obstacle Race by Ethel M. Dell
  18. Patricia held her chin very high, and looked as if she were thinking: " I know I'm late, but what of that?" – Dorothy Dainty at Glenmore by Amy Brooks