(1) He wore pince-nez spectacles, a round-ended stiff collar, and a moustache.
(2) The silver pince-nez gave him the air of a rather unpleasant schoolmaster.
(3) Mr. Pierce knocked the pince-nez from his nose, and turning to Eugene with an air of agreeable confidence, said.
(4) Her small silver-rimmed pince-nez only left her nose when she went to bed.
(5) His generous nose supported pince-nez glasses.
(6) His secretary was a tall woman in pince-nez.
(7) He cleared his throat and put on his pince-nez as though he had to make sure he was not mistaken.
(8) Sunlight reflected from the snow outside flashed off his rimless pince-nez perched on the bridge of his strong nose.
(9) Mr Corcoran had stared stonily at him through the pince-nez fastened on to his thin beak of a nose.
(10) At the back was a somewhat larger desk, occupied by a bald-headed man wearing pince-nez.
(11) He had a neatly trimmed white beard and used a pince-nez for reading. Sentencedict.com
(12) Since they are held in place by a spring that pinches the nose, pince-nez may not be as comfortable as ordinary eyeglasses.
(13) She was a big fat woman with a gold pince-nez and red cheeks like the cheeks of an apple.
(14) "Rubbish, " said one of the clerks, a thin elderly man in pince-nez, "nobody will volunteer.
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