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baby-faced

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Definition of baby-faced in English:

adjective

Having a youthful or innocent face: baby-faced tough guys
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  • It kind of fits given how baby-faced and innocent the young guy seemed.
  • But 30 minutes in the company of this disarming and baby-faced individual reveals a tough operator.
  • The first person he met was a tall, baby-faced, blond-haired guy who was standing by the entrance of the main room.

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