Having a narrow face or sharp features, and a grim or hostile expression: that hatchet-faced wife of his
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- A catfight breaks out between restless, wilful Miss Braund and her pugnacious chaperone, Mrs Hammond, ending with a slap from the hostess, the hatchet-faced Mrs Rogers.
- And Hunt's character, a humourless, hatchet-faced harridan with an undercurrent of insecurity, gives very little for the audience to engage with.
- On the door are squads of camp couture Stasi in suits and hatchet-faced girls with long legs and lists.
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