(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) a.
cadaverous, careworn, timeworn, rawboned, craggy, crow's-feet, fleshy wattle under the chin, gap-toothed, goat-skinned, haggard, hollowed cheekbones, hollowed eye sockets, jaundiced, leathery, liver-spotted, mirthful crinkles about the eyes, skin like scalded milk, mottled, prune-faced, rheumy-eyed, weathered.
ANT.: youthful, fresh-faced

English dictionary for students. 2013.

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