Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of face.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of face.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They wore turbans too, and thereunder peered out their elfin faces at me, —faces with protruding lower-jaws and bright eyes.

    The Evil-Looking Boatmen

  • Our translators add the word _answereth_, but the Hebrew will suffer the negative reading, _As in water faces answer not to faces_.

    The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • Associated Press Sarah Burton Now, as Ms. Burton gears up to unveil her first full women's wear collection in Paris on Oct. 5, the label faces a tough question: What does it mean to be Alexander McQueen without Alexander McQueen?

    McQueen Moves On to a New Season

  • Attention is paid to the bottle's relative position in the shower - including the direction the label faces - no more than a quick squirt is taken and the bottle is replaced as near as possible to its original position.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • Attention is paid to the bottle's relative position in the shower - including the direction the label faces - no more than a quick squirt is taken and the bottle is replaced as near as possible to its original position.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • Attention is paid to the bottle's relative position in the shower - including the direction the label faces - no more than a quick squirt is taken and the bottle is replaced as near as possible to its original position.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • Silently, John replaces the empty can in its place in the line up, turning it round so the label faces McKay's side of the table.

    doggdot.us

  • Silently, John replaces the empty can in its place in the line up, turning it round so the label faces McKay's side of the table.

    doggdot.us

  • Most of us are laboring under the misguided notion that focusing on all the possible things that could go wrong or might blow up in our faces is the most effective hyper-vigilant strategy to ensure that all the things we do want (which, by the way, are getting precious little of our attention) will infallibly come to us.

    Vaishali: Self-Awareness: The Key to Owning and Operating the Human Experience

  • Most of us are laboring under the misguided notion that focusing on all the possible things that could go wrong or might blow up in our faces is the most effective hyper-vigilant strategy to ensure that all the things we do want (which, by the way, are getting precious little of our attention) will infallibly come to us.

    Vaishali: Self-Awareness: The Key to Owning and Operating the Human Experience

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  • Faces, faces everywhere.

    August 20, 2008

  • So, there is someone else out there that sees these things....

    Wonderful link, bilby--thanks!

    August 20, 2008