(slang, mainly Brit) the face or a facial expression: an ugly phiz Also called phizog (ˈfɪzɒɡ; fɪˈzɒɡ)
real name Hablot Knight Browne. 1815–82, English painter, noted for his illustrations for Dickens’ novels
1680s, jocular abbreviation of physiognomy; hence “face, countenance, facial expression.”
The face; mug
[1688+; fr physiognomy]
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1. a combining form meaning “vein,” used in the formation of compound words: phlebosclerosis. combining form 1. indicating a vein: phlebotomy word-forming element in medicine meaning “vein,” from Greek phlebo-, comb. form of phleps “vein,” of uncertain origin. phlebo- or phleb- pref. Vein: phlebotomy.
phlebarteriectasia phleb·ar·ter·i·ec·ta·si·a (flěb’är-tēr’ē-ĭk-tā’zē-ə, -zhə) n. See vasodilation.