visaged

adjective
vis·aged | \ ˈvi-zijd \

Definition of visaged 

: having a visage of a specified kind usually used in combination grim-visaged

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The Rockets are grim-visaged drifters spoiling for a shootout. Scott Ostler, San Francisco Chronicle, "Warriors’, Rockets’ players in sync with home states’ vibe," 12 May 2018

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First Known Use of visaged

1540, in the meaning defined above

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