Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of facer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I was confronting the terror that a commoner, a mere Times New Roman shlepper who rejoices when the 2/3 train arrives as she's descending the stairs -- might crash the precincts of the bold-facers and le tout New York.

    Tribeca 2010: Notes From Under the Red Carpet

  • I seriously thought the ghost facers team was about to burst into the hotel.

    Supernatural: Hammer of the Gods - Pink Raygun.com

  • As a people, at least in the ideal we uphold for ourselves and expect in our standard-bearers, we are the can-doers, the stop-at-nothings, the smiley-facers, the little engines that can.

    Todd Gitlin: Ways to Go

  • There have been times when I have administered a succession of facers to them; there have been times when they have been too many for me, and I have given in, and said to Mrs. Micawber, in the words of Cato,

    David Copperfield

  • The Daily Mail created this quiz to see if you could ID the bald bold facers below.

    Female Celebs Get Shaved! | Best Week Ever

  • Mr. Wiatt, who was accompanied by Gary Bettman, the commissioner of the National Hockey League, did the usual Michael's move: Within eyeshot of bold-facers like Tina Brown and Dominick Dunne, he sidled up to glad-hand his onetime mentor.

    Off the Record

  • To convince the Baron here, that there's maybe more in the Noble Art than meets his eye, I'll engage to stand up in front of him, with my hands down, and let him try to plant me a few facers.

    Royal Flash

  • There have been times when I have administered a succession of facers to them; there have been times when they have been too many for me, and I have given in, and said to Mrs. Micawber in the words of Cato, ‘Plato, thou reasonest well.

    XVII. Somebody Turns Up

  • The [= A] k [= a] çamukhas, 'Sky-facers,' hold their faces toward the sky till the muscles stiffen, and they live thus always.

    The Religions of India Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume 1, Edited by Morris Jastrow

  • The officers went at him incautiously, and the head detective, as he rushed forward, received a heavy blow on the neck and jaw that sounded along the street, and sent him rolling in the mud; this was followed by a quick succession of staggering facers, administered right and left on the eyes and noses of the subordinates.

    Foul Play

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