pasty-faced

[pey-stee-feyst]
adjective
having a pale, unhealthy, sallow complexion: an awkward, pasty-faced youth.

Origin:
1600–10

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The interview subjects come across as malformed individuals, pasty-faced refugees from normal life.
Or to the pasty-faced workaholic, hunched over his computer in a lonely cubicle late at night.
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