In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1barba crecida feminine
- I reached over and touched the five o'clock shadow that was already forming on his face, and felt the rough surface against his chin.
- She said although he had no facial hair, she thought he had a five o'clock shadow.
- Those eyes were the only thing that stood out in an unremarkable face obscured behind a carefully cultivated five o'clock shadow.
- Instead of the patchy chin hair he had before, he now sported a five o'clock shadow.
- A five o'clock shadow was along his chin and the sides of his face, but it was adorable on him.
- It's no wonder every bloke I see has a five o'clock shadow.
- He had a five o'clock shadow and chiseled cheek bones.
- Gone is the five o'clock shadow, at least for the time being.
- Absently, he brushed his fingers against the five o'clock shadow on his cheek and pushed the unruly locks of honey-brown hair from his face.
- A heavy handlebar moustache hangs over a solid jaw, grey with a permanent five o'clock shadow.
- I shaved and washed my face before I left, getting rid of the slight five o'clock shadow that cursed my face around dinner time.
- He could shave at breakfast, reach five o'clock shadow by midday, and have a fully grown handlebar by teatime.
- The man was tall, green-eyed, with curly black hair and a five o'clock shadow.
- He hadn't shaved, and there was a hint of a five o'clock shadow on his face.
- The glasses were a new addition since she had seen him last, as was the five o'clock shadow on his chin and upper lip.
- He had a five o'clock shadow in the early afternoon, but he still had shaved relatively recently.
- It is different to normal ladies make-up as it is a lot heavier and there is a special foundation I use to hide my five o'clock shadow.
- She noticed the presence of a five o'clock shadow.
- Combined with his five o'clock shadow, he looked like a vagrant.
- With chiselled features, locks of untamed brown hair, soft brown eyes and permanent five o'clock shadow, he was the type that had women fall into his arms.
1his five o'clock shadow was very noticeable — ya se le empezaba a notar mucho la barba
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