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  • His face drew down into a caricature of a frowning mask.
  • He looked, from behind, like a fleshless stick figure in overlarge black clothing, a caricature poised for stringy movement at the direction of a puppet master.
  • "I am Liet-Kynes," he said, addressing himself to the empty horizon, and his voice was a hoarse caricature of the strength it had known.
  • Her face peered out of the hood like a witch caricature — sunken cheeks and eyes, an overlong nose, skin mottled and with protruding veins.

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  • Now he is scowling, thrusting his chest toward me, a caricature of a young sailor ready to brawl.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl
  • The drive segues from gravel to dirt before it reaches the woods, the entrance to which is decorated with cutouts of ghost and goblin caricatures.
    Pittacus Lore  --  I Am Number Four

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