pasty-faced

[pey-stee-feyst]

Origin of pasty-faced

First recorded in 1600–10
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  • The pasty-faced American played the Ace of Spades without saying a word.

  • But lemme tell you, from now on, no pasty-faced female is going to rub it in any more.

    The Job

    Sinclair Lewis

  • Some of them were dragging along tired, over-dressed, pasty-faced children.

    Rough-Hewn

    Dorothy Canfield

  • On the seat beside him sat his pasty-faced, four-year-old son.

    Lad: A Dog

    Albert Payson Terhune

  • The long-forgotten name awoke memories of a pasty-faced boy peppered with freckles, who had always called him "Snowball."

    The Quaint Companions

    Leonard Merrick