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[frek-uh l-feyst] /ˈfrɛk əlˌfeɪst/
having a face conspicuously covered with freckles.
Origin of freckle-faced
First recorded in 1680-90 Unabridged
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  • The larger, freckle-faced, with an uptilted nose and belligerent eyes, was fully as tall as Ruth.

    The Trail Horde Charles Alden Seltzer
  • She is the red-haired, freckle-faced girl—the daughter of Mr. Franklin.

    A Coin of Edward VII Fergus Hume
  • So they accompanied the freckle-faced little girl to the Foley house.

  • "You mean as a grasshopper," jeered the freckle-faced youth.

  • He was a small, freckle-faced youth, with a squeaky voice and ginger hair, and had only just come to sea.

    Pincher Martin, O.D. H. Taprell Dorling
  • "Nothing like true chivalry," murmured the freckle-faced freshman.

  • The distant form rose lightly, skimmed low over the open area between, and grew into the grinning, freckle-faced Ban Wilson.

    The Passing of Ku Sui Anthony Gilmore
  • “Not as much as that other one,” said the freckle-faced girl frankly.

  • Ware was asking of the other man, a tall, loose-jointed, freckle-faced and red-haired individual with an evil red eye.

    The Rules of the Game Stewart Edward White
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