Webster 1913 Edition
visage, from L.
visusa seeing, a look, fr.
visum, to see. See
The face, countenance, or look of a person or an animal; – chiefly applied to the human face.
Chaucer.“A visage of demand.”
visagewas so marred more than any man.
Isa. lii. 14.
Love and beauty still that
Webster 1828 Edition
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. Is. 52.