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- adjective Without a (pronounced)
- adjective Having a weak or indecisive character; ineffectual or dim-witted.
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- adjective having a receding chin
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Victims 'reaction varied. ric Besson, the immigration minister who was called "chinless," said on France Inter that the station should be a more responsible state broadcaster and weigh its words.
The problem is, it's been fashionable and acceptable to be prejudiced and insulting towards the upper classes ( "chinless", "inbreeding" and so on).
Day late and a trillion or two short there, chinless princess.
But what else can you expect from anyone who follows the lead of the Republic party leader, chinless McConnell.
I never trusted that chinless Ed Gillespie, and Fred Malek looks like the Cigarette-Smoking Man on X-Files.
That ‘chinless’ is out to destroy financial reform is no surprise.
It makes my stomach churn every time Senate Minority Leader Frank Burns (R-Ky) shows his snivelling, chinless mug on the TV.
A shambolic mess of a Government with absolutely no idea how to revive the economy led by a chinless moron.
Did you forget that his fetish became public knowledge after Andrea Mackris sued the balding chinless gas-bag for sexual harrasement?
With his chinless bobblehead and a voice that sounds like he is perpetually swallowing, Dano isn't someone you want to watch for an entire film.