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Physiognomy

see synonyms of physiognomy

Noun

1. countenance, kisser, mug, phiz, physiognomy, smiler, visage

the human face (kisser' and smiler' and mug' are informal terms for face' and phiz' is British)

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Physiognomy

see synonyms of physiognomy
noun
1. 
a person's features or characteristic expression considered as an indication of personality
2. 
the art or practice of judging character from facial features
3. 
the outward appearance of something, esp the physical characteristics of a geographical region

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Physiognomy

see synonyms of physiognomy
noun
1. 
the practice of trying to judge character and mental qualities by observation of bodily, esp. facial, features
2. 
facial features and expression, esp. as supposedly indicative of character; the face
3. 
apparent characteristics; outward features or appearance

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Physiognomy

see synonyms of physiognomy
n. pl. phys·i·og·no·mies
1. Facial features.
2.
a. The art of judging human character from facial features.
b. Divination based on facial features.
3. Aspect and character of an inanimate or abstract entity: the physiognomy of New England.

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