from The Century Dictionary.
- In face; in front.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
What did obliterating aface mean to him, if anything.
The full moon fell on the hollow in the hills, surmounted by the dark woods of Balgay right aface of him, the house of Logie behind, and the declinations on either side, in one of which lay the little Golgotha.
It is a scene that remains burnt into my psyche - such innocence in the child’s expressions - her’s is aface pure of intention and circumstance that any actor would be hard-pressed to mimic.
What would not be traded for the scent of a decomposing flower, or the feel of wind on aface. "