chinless

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chin +‎ -less

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chinless (not comparable)

  1. Without a (pronounced) chin.
    • 1949, George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Part Three, Chapter 1, [1]
      Opposite Winston there sat a man with a chinless, toothy face exactly like that of some large, harmless rodent.
    • 1970, Bevis Hillier, Cartoons and caricatures, page 152:
      'Flook' by Trog': note the classic representation of the chinless wonder and the chinful wonderess.
  2. Having a weak or indecisive character; ineffectual or dim-witted.

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