Definition of white-faced in English:


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Pale from fear, ill health, or tiredness: she emerged white-faced and shaking
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  • Jane looked up white-faced at her father and said, "I must go."
  • Many a movie star was reduced to tears or driven to white-faced rage when they tried to mix in.
  • She struggled to follow, but the white-faced girls crowded back, blocking her way and shutting her in.

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