Bloodhound Face

A fanciful descriptor for the facies typical of cutis laxis, in which the infant has an ‘aged’ face and sagging jowls, accompanied by a hooked nose, everted nostrils, a short columella, a long upper lip and everted lower eyelid; the entire cutis is loose, resembling a poorly-fitted suit
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The Hancock we remember is the laughably pompous, shambling bloke with a gloomy, bloodhound face whose ambitions were always thwarted by malign fate and sheer ineptitude.
Then his bloodhound face lit up and he comforted himself with a favourite memory.