complexion

[ kuh m-plek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF complexion

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They were hard-featured men, sallow of complexion, rigid in their looks.

But if she were to die, or lose her complexion, I should kill myself!

His complexion was pale and sodden, and his hair short, dark, and sleek.

She gazed at him in surprise, her complexion changing, her voice faltering.

Can I believe a young fellow of your age and complexion will be content with kissing?

Thou hast often heard me launch out in praise of her complexion.

His complexion is a dark purple, and he has a habit of sighing constantly.

His complexion remained as pale and his eyes as blue as before.

The complexion was colorless but clear, the face being all smooth shaven.

Never had he seen a complexion so transparent, or an eye so expressive.

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