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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvisagevis‧age /ˈvɪzɪdʒ/ noun [countable] literary  a face
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visageNor was its bare face the ethereally lovely, angular visage of that alien species.The sick, chiselled visage of Frankenstein returned before my eyes.His entire visage is bright and cheerful.Ball maintains the prerequisite glum visage, but he's clearly happy standing behind his bank of electronic equipment.It was featherlight, this corpse, and upon its visage, astonishing tranquility.Gods, how those clods had wailed when they had seen his proud lion-masked visage!Strange of visage, Carville was also single-minded of purpose.The nine dancers, when the lighting illuminates their visages, seem to manifest no facial expression.
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