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  • n. Plural form of faceful.


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  • Acting as quickly as she could, she sat on the ledge, getting doused with facefuls of cold rain, and looked down.

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  • The next morning, when Inti and the boys returned from the bush with their second empty pisco bottle and facefuls of sheepish expression, Switters held out his hand.

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  • I can't wait to get back up the yard and go to fork my muck up onto the muckheap and get mouthfuls, facefuls and hairfuls of it blown straight back again!


  • I'm tired of the idea that as a liberal I'm supposed to be nice and take facefuls of shit in the form of intellectual nonsense.

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