He shook his head, his gaze taking on a wizened look.
"For thousands of years. And then I wizened up and realized I'm just another gem in her collection." Gabe's bitterness was quiet but evident.
Her plump beauty was often remarked - notably by Washington Irving - in contrast to her husband's delicate and feeble figure and wizened face - for even in his prime Madison was, as Henry Adams says, "a small man, quiet, somewhat precise in manner, pleasant, fond of conversation, with a certain mixture of ease and dignity in his address."
His portrait was thus drawn by the duc de St Simon: - "He was a little, pitiful, wizened, herringgutted man, in a flaxen wig, with a weasel's face, brightened by some intellect.
He must train as a Knight under a wizened elder, losing first one guide and then another before he confronts his destiny, and the dark reality that his greatest enemy is his father.
The word "merlin" is so strongly associated with the image of the wise and wizened man that to describe something as a Merlin is to conjure the iconic image.
However, contrary to widely held belief she is not a wizened crone.
wizened old man didn't consider himself to be important at all.
wizened old faces!
Instead we looked on at a wizened old man spinning stories.
His wizened face creased with emotions and he did not stop the tears coursing down as he introduced me to his family.
wizened woman if she would like to take on an apprentice, like Alan Sugar?
wizened old man spinning stories.
From the beginning, it seemed that this stooped, wizened old man did n't consider himself to be important at all.
I felt that I had been abandoned to these strange people with their black robes and wizened old faces !
Why not ask this wizened woman if she would like to take on an apprentice, like Alan Sugar?
Standing by a row of hand basins was a little wizened old lady.
wizened old lady.
Outside a hammer stopped beating in the old Muslim carpenter 's wizened hand.
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