deep-set deep-set


  • (adj) having a sunken area



  1. The windows of the courtroom are sealed with quarter-inch steel armor plate, and the lighting overhead accentuates his dark stubble, arching cheek bones and deep-set eyes.
  2. His strikingly deep-set eyes underscore his drive and intensity.
  3. When he talks about his work his deep-set blue eyes burn with an icy fire.
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