Origin of visage
Examples from the Web for visaged
Monica laughs: to be angry with so sad a visaged man as Owen Kelly would be a cruelty.Rossmoyne|Unknown
Lindsay visaged the words with a smile, but they had an articulated hardness.Hilda|Sarah Jeanette Duncan
I see a carriage roll up, and Sir Alfred Milner springs out, spare-framed and (p. 204) visaged like an eagle.War's Brighter Side|Julian Ralph.
British Dictionary definitions for visaged
noun mainly literary
Word Origin for visage
Word Origin and History for visaged
c.1300, from Old French visage, from vis "face, appearance," from Latin visus "a look, vision," from past participle stem of videre "to see" (see vision). Visagiste "make-up artist" is recorded from 1958, from French.