Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a white or pale face; pallid.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having a pale or white face, as from fright.
““Pant, honey,” the whey-faced nurse with ferret-like eyes encouraged.”
“She stayed at the Essex House, but it was infested with badly dressed “whey-faced agents.””
“Oh yes," I found myself gurgling at the screen on Saturday, "you have to say that's a top-class strike from Adam Johnson, the whey-faced wing wonder who was taught his trade on Teesside'.”
“This, in her last appearance in Coronation Street, was the sad but sparky Becky McDonald to her whey-faced enemy Deirdre.”
“Nick Clegg, whey-faced with a wax of sweat lying atop his anxious features, may as well have been prepared in hair and make-up by a mortician.”
“For beyond-the-pale rhetoric it's hard to beat Carry Nation, the God-fearing temperance zealot she used a hatchet (and hammers, rocks and bricks) to attack saloons in the first decade of the 20th century who celebrated the assassination of President William O. McKinley in 1901 by calling him a "whey-faced tool of Republican thieves, rummies and devils.”
“He had once described her as a bone-thin, whey-faced girl.”
“Anne is pretty enough, in a whey-faced, bone-thin fashion, but she is delicate.”
“At the bar, a man with a ponytail had his arm around a whey-faced blonde.”
“May the devil grip the whey-faced slut by the hair”
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