He had regular and prepossessing features, dark complexion, broad high forehead, prominent cheek bones, grey deep-set eyes, and bushy black hair, turning to grey at the time of his death.
~ U ~Amiable, generous and liberal-minded, and of prepossessing exterior, he proved to be a popular prince.
His nephew Fontenelle admits that his general address and manner were by no means prepossessing.
"In his person," says Lord Campbell, "Lord Eldon was about the middle size, his figure light and athletic, his features regular and handsome, his eye bright and full, his smile remarkably benevolent, and his whole appearance prepossessing.
However, like so many prestigious but essentially workaday buildings, only rather functional and not very prepossessing brick backs the impressive faÃ§ade.
He has a pleasant expression in talking, and indeed his manner can be described as distinctly prepossessing.
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