- adv. alternative spelling of face-up.
- face + up (Wiktionary)
“One arm was broken off, and one leg was replaced with an iron peg. Umber laid it faceup on the burning wood.”
“She pulled the first card off the top of the deck and turned it faceup on the bedspread.”
“Although I was lying faceup in the road and the rain was sweeping over me in a downpour, I no longer felt the slightest chill.”
“She plucked one from the deck, turned it faceup: the Priestess.”
“They lay faceup in a long line, obviously dragged out of the wreckage by the soldiers in brown uniforms.”
“Mrs. Kennedy, dazed and in shock, huddled over her husband, who was lying faceup in her lap, with his eyes open.”
“She dealt thirteen cards apiece to the two of them, then put the rest aside as the stock, turning the top card faceup.”
“When children are 2, you can let them make matches with the cards faceup.”
“He was laying a credit card faceup into his leather booklet.”
“According to several ultrasound scans, my baby had turned a couple times during labor, from faceup to facedown and back again.”
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