Definitions

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  • adj. Toward the face.

Etymologies

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face +‎ -ward

Examples

  • I remember that sense of breathlessness, of suspended danger, the suppressed alarm that at any moment I might hurtle faceward toward the unforgiving ground.

    Koloman, Running

  • DK: I could tell it with my ah, I could tell it was your left hand because your thumb was positioned in a faceward motion.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • KARSNIA: I could tell it with my -- I could tell it was your left hand, because your thumb was positioned in a faceward motion, your thumb was on this side, not on this side.

    CNN Transcript Sep 4, 2007

  • KARSNIA: I could tell it was my -- I could tell it was your left hand because your thumb was positioned in a faceward (ph) motion.

    CNN Transcript Aug 30, 2007

  • KARSNIA: I could tell it with my -- I could tell it was your left hand, because your thumb was positioned -- in a faceward motion, your thumb was on this side, not on this side.

    CNN Transcript Aug 30, 2007

  • A 5 megapixel camera looks outward onto a desolate and unforgiving world; Skype with your palz with the faceward-facing VGA one!

    Boing Boing

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