waxen[ wak-suh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF waxen
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAXEN
All the waxen face was already dead, the eyes only were still living.
The waxen image is at its feet, as a suppliant, and awaiting only death.
Tis but fancy, which is to love as the waxen image to the living man.
It was the yellowish, waxen face of Mrs. Silsbee that had been uncovered.
What are the people doing in the dark, with the waxen images and the horrid crucifixes?
The thin, waxen mask of assumed kindness has melted from her face!
Clasped to her breast by her two waxen hands was a rag doll.
The whole party moved in a body into the thicket of waxen stalks.
The waxen complexion, fair hair, and blue eyes of the girl were almost her own.
His face was waxen, and he looked utterly small and harmless.