1you look very owlish in those glasses — pareces muy sabiondo con esos anteojos
- 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.
- The owlish, quietly passionate woman stepped forward.
- The owlish soldier takes off his helmet, holds out his hand.
- Physically, she brilliantly embodied the shrewd, sharp-eyed, owlish spinster, while also conveying her intuitive acumen and razor-sharp mind.
- 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.