a.1.White-faced; - used contemptuously.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"'An' then," continued Horse Egan, for the peppery Major's peculiarities of speech and manner were as well known as his tanned face; "'an' then, ye dissolute, half-baked, putty-faced scum o' Connemara, if I find a man so much as lookin' confused, begad, I'll coort-martial the whole company.
Keeping it real, putty-faced Dave insisted he was still committed to The Smiths.
There was the Desperate Housewives scenario of going for lunch and cocktails with a shower of putty-faced freaks.