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OTHER WORDS FROM complexionedwell-com·plex·ioned, adjective
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How to use complexioned in a sentence
It was hard, at this stage, not to feel sorry for the man, not to wince each time the camera panned to his puce-complexioned face.
The stars serve as glittery, flawlessly complexioned bait, enticing those fish into one big pond.
I was the dark complexioned man of the party, and as a “first-footer” in great request.
Carlson was a little above medium height, dark complexioned, his brow a washboard of horizontal wrinkles.
Nicholas Rubinstein was short and stoutly built; fair-complexioned, with curly hair.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Another fact of great interest was that the Moquis were lighter complexioned than Indians in general.Overland|John William De Forest
Mr. William Moody, boatbuilder, a liver-complexioned citizen, undertook to reply.Rhoda Fleming, Complete|George Meredith