white-faced

white-faced

(wīt′fāst′, hwīt′-)
adj.
1. Having a pale face; pallid.
2. Having a white face or a white patch extending from the muzzle to the forehead: a white-faced antelope; white-faced cattle.

white-faced

adj
(Physiology) having a bloodless or pale face, as from pain, emotion, etc
Translations

white-faced

[ˈwaɪtˈfeɪst] ADJblanco (como papel)

white-faced

[ˌwaɪtˈfeɪst] adjpallido/a, bianco/a
References in classic literature ?
My mother called the white-faced cow and gave it mealie leaves which she had brought with her.
Come out of the shadows, you white-faced, skulking reptile, you - bah
There, by a white-faced Aunt Polly and a weeping Nancy she was undressed tenderly and put to bed, while from the village, hastily summoned by telephone, Dr.
Captain Dettmar, white-faced, smiling only when his employer chanced to glance at him, leaned against the wheel-box, looking on.
But she, white-faced and trembling, resolutely shook her head and watched the fray with all her eyes.
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FRIENDS OUR AT DUDLEY CREATURE FEATURES BRING Trainee keeper Cara Sheldon spoke about setting up the zoo's successful Castle Creatures exhibit and caring for bats for the first time at Dudley and lower primates section leader Nicola Wright gave a presentation on white-faced saki monkeys.
Zookeeper Susan O'Brien said: "'These are white-faced sakis - a South American species of primate.
The Zoo RTE One, 7pm This new series on Dublin Zoo features lots of new animals and their stories, from the arrival of the exotic and highly-endangered okapi to the birth of baby monkeys - a white-faced saki baby and pygmy marmoset twins.
Eight 1-year-old common pintails (Anas acuta acuta) and one 2-year-old white-faced whistling duck (Dendrocygna viduata) were presented for the persistence of primary flight feathers 1 year after pinioning.
It is hoped the plans could see the return of iconic species such as the crane, "booming" bitterns and the white-faced darter dragonfly to parts of Cheshire.
In the 50 years since Cheshire Wildlife Trust was formed we've seen the loss of white-faced darter dragonflies from Delamere Forest -a scarce species that relies on the delicate and carefully balanced habitats found within the meres and mosses.