long-jawed long-jawed


  • (adj) having relatively long jaws


  1. For this, Archbishop Hinsley, long-jawed Yorkshireman, was passed over when on two occasions the Pope raised other prelates to the purple.
  2. Then Alabama's long-jawed Demo crat Lister Hill, staunch supporter of the Administration on foreign policy, spoke up like a desperate prompter in the wings.
  3. The Senate then turned to another Presidential appointee: long-jawed, leftish Aubrey Willis Williams, ex-head of the National Youth Administration.


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