Entry from British & World English dictionary
Having a grim or scowling expression: a boot-faced police sergeant
More example sentences
- Her West End debut has been another antidote to the occasionally boot-faced Havers.
- The boot-faced former MP has complained.
- She soon lapses back into her impersonation of a boot-faced police sergeant.
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