n.Gloss: a person’s double chin. «Hold your shoulders back, stick your chin out as far as you can, turn your face so it’s at a 3/4 angle, tilt your chin down a little. That’s what they do in portrait studios…it feels weird, but it works—it means you’ve got good posture, no double chin (or “meatbeard”), and most people photograph well at 3/4 and that angle.» —“How to look real in photographs?” by lhall Ask Metafilter Oct. 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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