-visaged


adjective

(in combination) having a visage as specifiedflat-visaged

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Example sentences 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.