complexioned

[kuhm-plek-shuhnd]
adjective
having a specified complexion (usually used in combination): a light-complexioned person.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see complexion, -ed3

well-complexioned, adjective


See complected.
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complexioned (kəmˈplɛkʃənd)
 
adj
(in combination) of a specified complexion: light-complexioned

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Example sentences
He dresses plainly in dark blue, is rather dark complexioned, speaks low and soft in private conversation.
He is twenty-three years of age, five feet and six inches in height, and light complexioned.
They are light complexioned and each has a long, wavy, drooping mustache.
He was dark-complexioned and wore corn rows in his hair.
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