Definitions of facially

  1. with respect to the face
  2. In a facial manner.

Usage examples for facially

  1. From an American guest, who had kept perfectly cool during the " hold- up," and had quietly taken stock of the robbers, he learnt that, exclusive of the spokesman, they numbered exactly thirty; were much of a similar build, being well- set- up men of military bearing; and, most extraordinary circumstance, were facially all alike! – The Sins of Séverac Bablon by Sax Rohmer
  2. She positively struck light herself- she was literally, facially luminous. – Embarrassments by Henry James
  3. The seclusion of women causes the traveller least surprise of the three, being a custom much more rigorously enforced in other Oriental countries; and directly he gets accustomed to the uniform absence of beard and moustache, he soon finds out that the Chinese people are not one whit more alike facially than his own countrymen of the West. – China and the Chinese by Herbert Allen Giles
  4. He looked at Aurora with smiling scrutiny, and facially expressed a vast appreciation. – Aurora the Magnificent by Gertrude Hall
  5. Since then the girl's lively imagination had created a most unseemly brute out of the enemy of her house, a beetle- browed, ugly- mouthed, facially- hideous being little short of a monstrosity. – Man to Man by Jackson Gregory
  6. The man was facially endowed for anything but virtue. – Kenny by Leona Dalrymple
  7. Sometimes when a man is facially disfigured beyond repair, that is, when nature can never replace the countenance, a copper mask is fitted. – A Journey Through France in War Time by Joseph G. Butler, Jr.
  8. On the contrary, they were extremely grave, and continued to find it necessary to restrain their united tendency to indicate facially that the thing must be nonsense. – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  9. He was not a specific person, but had beyond even Delia Dosson, in whom we have facially noted it, the quality of the sample or advertisement, the air of representing a " line of goods" for which there is a steady popular demand. – The Reverberator by Henry James
  10. Whereat Mrs. Langworthy stared at her and then indicated facially her supreme disgust. – Judith of Blue Lake Ranch by Jackson Gregory
  11. But not for worlds would she show it facially. – H. R. by Edwin Lefevre
  12. First, she was not facially remarkable- a smudgy portrait of her would look much like a smudgy portrait of anybody else. – A Chair on The Boulevard by Leonard Merrick
  13. He smiled,- facially, and also, as it seemed to me, a little derisively. – The Beetle A Mystery by Richard Marsh
  14. The idea was: she resembled old Haim, facially! – The Roll-Call by Arnold Bennett