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English idioms used to Describe People - Giving a Description of People

Master English idioms regarding the description of people, like "look a sight" and "face like thunder".

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English idioms used to Describe People
face only a mother could love
[phrase]
an extremely hideous and unpleasant face
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face that would stop a clock
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an extremely ugly and unlikable face
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face like a bulldog chewing a wasp
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a person's facial expression that reflects a combination of anger and annoyance
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to look a sight
[phrase]
to have a very awful and untidy appearance
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shanks' mare
[phrase]
the use of one's own legs as the mode of travel
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(as) red as a beetroot
[phrase]
becoming extremely red in the face because of hot temperature
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(as) white as a ghost
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used to refer to someone who looks unnaturally pale, often as a result of fear or illness
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mouse potato
[noun]
a person who spends excessive amounts of time using a computer, particularly for activities such as browsing the internet, playing video games, or engaging in social media
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face like thunder
[phrase]
a person's face when it shows clear signs of anger or hostility
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to have a good pair of lungs
[phrase]
to have a strong and powerful voice, typically indicating one's ability to speak loudly, assertively, or with great enthusiasm or one's talent for singing with clarity
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(as) ugly as a toad
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having an unattractive or unpleasant appearance
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vertically challenged
[noun]
a person of short stature
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