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-visaged

adjective

  1. in combination having a visage as specified

    flat-visaged



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They are long-visaged, and of a very unpleasant aspect, having no one graceful feature in their faces.

He fell upon Mrs. Buttershaw, a slatternly and sour-visaged woman, and hurled at her a tornado of questions.

The Norman did not see a certain, dark-visaged hunchback, who strove to thrust himself through the throng to a station beside him.

The black-visaged Moze rolled his eyes like a mad bull and Jim Wilson studiously examined a stick he held in his hands.

It was not the typically thin-visaged Italian madonna; it was this sublimated into an ampler shapeliness of feature.

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