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ruddy-complexioned

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Definition of ruddy-complexioned in English:

adjective

Having a complexion of a healthy red colour.
Example sentences
  • A tall, slim, and pale youth, in company with a short, stout, ruddy-complexioned man, were to be seen conversing and walking slowly together in the direction of Kensington.
  • Devonshire in middle life resembled a solemn, ruddy-complexioned walrus with a strong jaw.
  • He is 87, a ruddy-complexioned, curly gray-haired soft-spoken man.

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