smoker’s face
 n.— «The doctor could tell the patient had once been an attractive woman. But now, though only in her 50’s, her face was etched with wrinkles, her features gaunt-looking with prominent underlying bones and her skin shriveled and gray with purplish blotches. Diagnosis: smoker’s face.» —“Smoker’s face: another reason to quit the habit” by Jane E. Brody New York Times June 19, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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