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Noun
The front part of the head of a person or animal
“The elderly man's crumpled face creased into a warm smile.”
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One's standing in the eyes of others
“Criticism, if it is to be constructive, should never cause the recipient to lose face.”
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An expression on one's face
“She said not a word, yet her face told of her joy.”
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A vertical front surface of a solid object
“The face of the large alley wall was emblazoned with impressive street art.”
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The outside part or uppermost layer of something
“A toffee apple's face is hard and shiny because the molecules that make up its sugar coating link to form long, interlocked chains.”
Noun
An aspect of something
“With advancements in technology, the face of the industry is changing at a rapid rate.”
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An outward appearance, usually fake or insincere
“Despite having an upset stomach, he put on a brave face for his audience.”
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Shameless boldness or confidence
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“Michael believed he was the one man with the face to take on the incumbent.”
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A peculiar facial expression, usually indicative of a negative emotion
“Little Bobby's face when told we were having Brussels sprouts for dinner said it all.”
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Absolute certainty or conviction that something is the case
“Battling through stressful periods while trying to maintain face can be pretty tough.”
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A human being in the general sense
“It's nice to see a familiar face in the crowd.”
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The plate of a clock or watch bearing the digits or hands
“A typical map divides the eye into sections, using the image of a clock face as a base.”
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A person or thing regarded as the finest or most important in their sphere or group
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Courage and determination
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Characters or letters that are printed or shown on a screen
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Overhang on hill or mountain
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The general impression that a person, organization, or product presents to the public
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Something laid as a covering over something else
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The mouth
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A coloured substance which is spread over a surface and dries to leave a thin decorative or protective coating
Noun
The summit of a hill or pass
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The projecting nose and mouth of an animal, especially a mammal
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Confidence or certainty in one's own abilities
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The portion or section of something that is flattened
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A bold outlaw, especially one from southern portions of the Wild West
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The heads side of a coin, or the side of a medal or badge that has the principal design
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The amount or value listed on a bill, note, stamp, etc.
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A particular aspect or feature of something
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The leading or most important position or place
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The natural colour, texture, and appearance of a person's skin, especially of the face
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A person who represents a given virtue, skill or quality
Verb
To confront, or come up against, a given situation
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“He will heed the call to change, and will face the challenge of change everywhere.”
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Confront and deal with or accept
“When are you going to face the fact that changes must be made?”
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To be positioned with the face or front toward
“The balcony of our hotel would face the magnificent ocean.”
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To come into contact, or be forced to contend, with
“You can own up to your mistakes, or face a stinging rebuke from your peers.”
Verb
(usually in past tense "faced") To cause trouble or worry to
“Due to my poor eating habits, I am now faced with the need to go on a diet.”
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To apply a surface or layer to something, especially for protection
“It's best that we face our dining room and kitchen cabinets with laminate.”
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To look at, especially from across an area or space
Face the suspect at all times and do not lose sight of him.”
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To apply oneself to, or start work on, a given task or issue
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To try to cope with
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To direct or face in a specific direction
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Grout or cement
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To succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level
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To lead into an area or space, usually with an impressive view or ambiance
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To cause to be acquainted with something
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Take a chance on winning
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To make or give a flat and even surface to
Adjective
Clothed
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