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owlish

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishowlishowl‧ish /ˈaʊlɪʃ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 EXPRESSION ON somebody'S FACElooking like an owl and seeming serious and clever 🔊 He was an owlish man, with little round glasses.owlishly adverb
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owlishThomas is five or six years younger than his brother, knocking seventy; he's tall, lean and a bit owlish.He opened an owlish eye and barked unconvincingly at us before yawning and going back to sleep.a friendly fellow with owlish looks
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