Reid looked grim, his head slightly bowed as he strode purposefully, not saying anything, his visage adding to the drama.
His eyes were piercing but his visage was made plain by a disproportionate nose.
The visage of Imogen, ever present to his soul, suggested these salutary reflections.
I will not say the clown was ugly in visage or deformed in person; but he was a slouch from head to foot.
But the city of that night wore a visage new and strange to her, and terrifying.
The speaker marked a curious mixture of fear and doubt flit across the visage of Ignacio.
Respondent's visage questionable, however,—too dirty, and too happy.
They have no beard; their visage is long, nor does it contain one pleasing feature.
His visage was covered with sweat; his pupils were full of red lights.
Abruptly he stepped up close to the glass and examined his visage with unconcealed excitement.
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.