smoker’s face
 n.— «Cigarette smoking can lead to “smoker’s face,” a wrinkled, weary, haggard look that will give you away every time, a British doctor says. In an article published Friday in the British Medical Journal, Dr. Douglas Model, a specialist in general medicine at Eastbourne District General Hospital, said his findings could be important in anti-smoking campaigns.» —“Doctor Says Cigarettes Can Cause ‘Smoker’s Face’” by Robert Glass AP Dec. 20, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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