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Having a young appearance.‘I ask him how he manages to stay so youthful-looking’‘new, fast ways to get youthful-looking skin’
healthy, healthy-looking, clear, bright, youthful, wholesome, blooming, glowing, unblemishedView synonyms
- ‘At 61, Jong is still blonde, attractive and youthful-looking.’
- ‘"You haven't changed at all in the last 10 years," accuses a youthful-looking Brendel, 73, pretending to be peeved.’
- ‘Plastic surgeons, as well as dermatologists, also work wonders with more costly resurfacing procedures that expose youthful-looking skin.’
- ‘Decades have passed since the peak of his popularity, but the youthful-looking singer still believes people will enjoy his music.’
- ‘The crowd outside was mostly youthful-looking, with a few people showing that carriage that comes with maturity.’
- ‘Though relaxed and youthful-looking in jeans and a t-shirt, he clearly finds his job overwhelming at times.’
- ‘Store clerks are supposed to ask youthful-looking buyers for identification and deny sales to those under age.’
- ‘At 69, she is alarmingly youthful-looking.’
- ‘Women tend to believe long hair is more youthful-looking, so they hold on to styles that worked for them years ago.’
- ‘By the time the play had completed a tour of the provinces in 2007, she was a still youthful-looking 85.’
- ‘As we talk, a remarkably youthful-looking Helen prepares for the little reception they plan to hold in the villa that same afternoon.’
- ‘A life-size picture of a youthful-looking Barnard was flanked by two huge bouquets of flowers at the front of the church.’
- ‘He is always immaculately turned out and infuriatingly youthful-looking for his age.’
- ‘Time trialling also remains a major weak point for the youthful-looking cyclist which he needs to drastically improve to live up to his early promise.’
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