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    Cool slash of a mouth

    In the sentence:

    Through a slash of a mouth he growled

    Is "a slash of a mouth" meaning " corner of one's mouth"?

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    Re: slash of a mouth

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    In the sentence:

    Through a slash of a mouth he growled

    Is "a slash of a mouth" meaning " corner of one's mouth"?

    Thanks
    No, it means a mouth almost closed/barely open.

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