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  • s  having a receding chin

  • They had learned a thing or two about narrative from Sidney Smith's chinless Gumps and Frank King's morality play about the Wallets of Gasoline Alley.
  • Juror Kidwell, a sallow youngish man, is not what Washingtonians would call a "drugstore cowboy" and certainly not a "street sheik" just a chinless young man with prominent .
  • He's the sort of father figure these chinless wonders have never had--stern but caring, and at one with the winds and the waves.

  • Tina Brown in Courier Mail
    Then there was James Gilbey, one of a number of men Brown called "Dianamen", "interchangeable chinless wonders, all small talk and smart dressing".
  • Stephen Fry in Hindu
    However, 1915 could be labelled a milestone year in Wodehouse's writings, when he created his two most popular characters: Bertie Wooster a "chinless wonder, a well-off young man-about-town and his servant called Jeeves; a brainy, omnipotent who...

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