from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In printing, same as heavy face.
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Later in his career, he developed the classic fat-face bad-complexion look of a steroid user.
And she called her another time fat-face, and womaned her most violently.
Me catchee big manacou byme-bye; an 'dat heap betterer dan nasty fat-face' guana.
Then, turning towards the Bagman: "Drive on, fat-face!" said he, "and sharp's the word."
I can't stop looking at his Lex Luthor, who looks like the old Silver Age Luthor from the neck up, as if he's gotten that sort of puffy, fat-face look that some Holywood actors get when they reach a certain age, and all the Ethan Van Sciver-level of detail he and Alamy pack into the faces of the more monstrous characters.
a minute ago -- 19, fat-face, raspy voice, pert ways, the self-complacency of God; and with it all a silly laugh (embarrassed) which kept breaking out through her chatter all along, whereas there was no call for it, for she said nothing that was funny.
"You've made the whole world dirty, you fat-face, and yet I haven't said anything to you.