Webster's Dictionary 1828
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VIS'AGE, noun s as z. [Latin visus, video.]
The face; the countenance or look of a person, or of other animal; chiefly applied to human beings; as a wolfish visage
Love and beauty still that visage grace.
His visage was so marred, more than any man. Isaiah 52:14.