visage (n.) 2
outward appearance, aspect, air
Ham III.i.47 [Polonius to Ophelia] with devotion's visage
Ham III.iii.47 [Claudius alone]Whereto serves mercy / But to confront the visage of offence?
Ham III.iv.51 [Hamlet to Gertrude, of the Earth] With heated visage
Oth I.i.50 [Iago to Roderigo, of some kinds of servant] trimmed in forms and visages of duty
TN III.ii.61 [Fabian to Sir Toby, of Sir Andrew and Viola as Cesario] his opposite the youth bears in his visage no great presage of cruelty
TNK V.iv.127 [Theseus to Palamon] The visages of bridegrooms we'll put on