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visage (n.) 1face, countenance
visage (n.) 2outward appearance, aspect, air
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AC IV.xii.38 [Antony to Cleopatra] let / Patient Octavia plough thy visage up / With her prepared nails
AW V.iii.136 [Gentleman to King, of Helena] Her business looks in her / With an importing visage
Cor I.ix.92 [Cominius to Coriolanus] The blood upon your visage dries
E3 II.ii.87 [King Edward to himself, of Prince Edward] Still do I see in him delineate / His mother's visage
Ham I.ii.81 [Hamlet to Gertrude] the dejected 'haviour of the visage
Ham II.ii.551 [Hamlet alone, of the First Player] all his visage wanned
2H4 II.iii.3 [Northumberland to Lady Northumberland and Lady Percy] Put not you on the visage of the times
H5 V.ii.37 [Burgundy to King Henry and the French King, of peace] [should] in ... / Our fertile France, put up her lovely visage
H5 V.ii.222 [King Henry to Katherine] thou dost [love me], notwithstanding the poor and untempering effect of my visage
2H6 V.i.69 [King to Iden, of Cade] let me view his visage
H8 III.ii.88 [Wolsey to himself, of King Henry and Anne] There's more in't than fair visage
JC II.i.81 [Brutus alone, as if to conspiracy] Where wilt thou find a cavern dark enough / To mask thy monstrous visage
KL I.iv.305 [Lear to Gonerill, of Regan] She'll flay thy wolvish visage
KL II.ii.79 [disguised Kent to Oswald] A plague upon your epileptic visage!
LC 9 [of the woman] Upon her head a platted hive of straw, / Which fortified her visage from the Sun
LC 90 [of the man] on his visage was in little drawn / What largeness thinks in paradise was sawn
LLL V.ii.144 [Princess to Katharine, of next meeting with the King's party] With visages displayed, to talk and greet
MM III.i.93 [Isabella to Claudio, of Angelo] Whose settled visage ... / Nips youth i'th' head
MM IV.iii.73 [Provost to disguised Duke, of Barnadine] What if we ... satisfy the deputy with the visage / Of Ragozine
MM V.i.350 [Lucio to disguised Duke] Show your knave's visage
MND I.i.210 [Lysander to Helena] when Phoebe doth behold / Her silver visage in the watery glass
MND IV.i.78 [Titania to Oberon, of Bottom] how mine eyes do loathe his visage now!
MV I.i.88 [Gratiano to Antonio] There are a sort of men whose visages / Do cream and mantle
MV III.ii.59 [Portia to Bassanio] the Dardanian wives, / With bleared visages come forth to view / The issue of th'exploit
Oth I.iii.249 [Desdemona to Duke] I saw Othello's visage in his mind
Oth III.iii.384 [Othello to Iago, of Desdemona] Her name that was as fresh / As Dian's visage
R2 V.ii.15 [York to Duchess of York, of Bolingbroke] young and old / Through casements darted their desiring eyes / Upon his visage
RJ I.iv.29 [Mercutio to Romeo] Give me a case to put my visage in
Sonn 33.7 [of the sun] And from the forlorn world his visage hide
TC III.iii.240 [Achilles to Patroclus, of seeing Hector] to behold his visage / Even to my full of view
Tim II.i.29 [Senator to Caphis] Put on a most importunate aspect, / A visage of demand
TN III.ii.61 [Fabian to Sir Toby, of Sir Andrew and Viola as Cesario] And his opposite the youth bears in his visage no great presage of cruelty
TNK V.iii.44 [Emilia to herself, of Arcite] mercy and manly courage / Are bedfellows in his visage
TNK V.iv.127 [Theseus to all] The visages of bridegrooms we'll put on
WT I.ii.266 [Camillo to Leontes] let me know my trespass / By its own visage
WT IV.iv.442 [Perdita to all, of Polixenes] The selfsame sun that shines upon his court / Hides not his visage from our cottage