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com·plex·ioned

 (kəm-plĕk′shənd)
adj.
Of or having a specified complexion. Often used in combination: fair-complexioned.

complexioned

(kəmˈplɛkʃənd)
adj
(in combination) of a specified complexion: light-complexioned.

com•plex•ioned

(kəmˈplɛk ʃənd)

adj.
having a specified complexion (usu. used in combination): a light-complexioned person.
[1375–1425]
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The former was a native of Tennessee, about six feet high, strong built, dark complexioned, brave in spirit, though mild in manners.
He was of the middle size, light complexioned, and though but about twenty-five years of age, was considered an experienced Indian trader.
Oh, no, said he, looking a sort of diabolically funny, the harpooneer is a dark complexioned chap.
The young man turned round, surprised, and saw a dark complexioned girl, who, with a finger on her lip, held out her other hand to him.
Dark complexioned villains in dreadlocks that spring out of nowhere during the inflated climax is a disappointing example of stereotypic certain ethnicities in films.
The tall, earthy complexioned Hasnain started playing at an early age.
"His pace is the most impressive." The tall, earthy complexioned Hasnain started playing at an early age.
Fair complexioned with cute dimples adorning his full-bearded face.
Young and old men look for fair complexioned brides.
Based on the description of one of the eyewitnesses, one of the suspects was described as in his 40s, between 5'4" and 5'5" tall, slim, fair complexioned, black hair, and wore long sleeves, black jacket, and long pants.
THE blood had rushed to Dahl's head upon seeing Michael Quantz: he was one of these milky complexioned men who blush so easily, his wheat-pale hair nearly white, like a girl's.
Carreon is the Operations Manager of Inquirer Digital Outdoor, 32 years old, 5'6 in height, weighing 65 kilograms and fair complexioned.