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- interj. An exclamation of derision and contempt.
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He had a queer, babylike way of not seeming to take in quickly what was said to him, and staring up in your face with his great oxen-like eyes, that did a little excuse Maurice's way of laughing at him and telling him he was "half-witted."
You don’t know the depths of humiliation until Helen Reddy’s daughter laughs in your face and calls you “Frosty Jr.”
You will go up – I see it in your face – you will go up, like you go up these rocks; it is pretty steep, but you know, vere one person cannot stand, anozer will mount.
These are called widow-makers by lumberjacks because of the explosive energy in the sprung trunk, coiled to kick back and fling the saw in your face or just knock you flat.
If I gave you a disc with the evidence, you'd have no guarantee I hadnae backed it up and wouldnae be in your face again later, askin 'for another sub.
As Spaun was leaving, he said to the composer, “There is nothing evil in your face to-day, old fellow.”
Fuck love and relationship and all that goody-good bullshit that blows up in your face and leaves you hurting behind a motherfucka and his lies.