(1) The owlish soldier takes off his helmet, holds out his hand.(2) I was pulling a book from the shelf when I heard the tinkle of the bell over the door, and before I knew it, Matt's aunt was standing in front of me, peering up at me through her wide, owlish glasses.(3) Physically, she brilliantly embodied the shrewd, sharp-eyed, owlish spinster, while also conveying her intuitive acumen and razor-sharp mind.(4) The owlish , quietly passionate woman stepped forward.(5) From 1955 to 1963, he was Chairman of the National Bank, an Irish clearing bank, again confounding those who took his owlish , academic demeanour at face value.(6) Close's self-portrait underlines this paradox, his owlish glasses reiterating that artist and audience are creatures who long to see clearly.(7) A scientistu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u252cu00ac the one who gave me my steroid shots, if I remember rightlyu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u252cu00ac appeared, red-faced and out of breath, his owlish glasses askew on his wrinkled face.(8) Her eyes are huge, like something you would expect to see magnified behind thick owlish glasses, lovely and bright blue, the sapphire enhanced wonderfully by her ivory skin and dyed black bob.(9) At one stage he seemed to become almost as well-known for his flamboyant dress sense - the wide-brimmed hats, the peroxide hair, the big owlish glasses - as for his paintings.(10) And if his features have recently seemed to take on a new youthfulness, his is still a face etched with experience, slowly hardening into the same benignly owlish countenance you see in photographs of his long-departed father, Jim.(11) Ren blinked owlishly into the dark at the sound of his name.(12) It is more and more unusual for U.S. writers to try to produce literature which is serious without solemnity, entertaining without shallowness, intelligent without owlishness .(13) U251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510My lecture is on something I think about a lot,u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb says Byatt, her eyes big and owlishly attractive.(14) They will remember his kindliness, his moodiness, his scorn, his patience, his owlishness , the bulk of his physical presence with its powers of intimidation and tact.(15) He blinked owlishly , realizing his situation.(16) Pale and poised, she waved a languid hand at the team as we peered owlishly at her.