cleft

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cleft

1. a fissure or crevice
2. (of leaves) having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib
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He was 6 foot 2, well built with a cleft chin and was the essence of the cool Italian male.
The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown is the sort of book in which the hero has a cleft chin.
I was also once sent out into the hall for sketching a funny picture of a big-nosed, toothless man with a cleft chin when we were all asked to draw what we thought God looked like.
DO any of your readers remember the Cleft Chin murder?
One with real blue eyes and a cleft chin and black pants and a hand-carved leg for a prosthesis, who just sits in front of us all day, silently, politely, softly, and refuses to let us forget the reduced welfare benefits and closed shops and inadequate medical care and lack of subsidized housing that keeps him there in front of us.