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    1. I wished it didn't have to face north but this is like a tiny scale model of my dream house

    2. He had to voice that complaint, she only made a face at him

    3. If there was something in there labeled 'treasure map,' I might have had to face that temptation

    4. “Theo,” Vera says, hiding her face with a hand

    5. Vera’s face turns red like she wants to grab my head and punt it

    6. We heard that some psycho had tried to eat his face off

    7. It is possible to face any adverse situation by conditioning oneself with a positive attitude

    8. Theo’s mouth twists to the side of his face before he smiles

    9. The cold air feels good on my face

    10. We have to face the consequences of our actions

    1. When you have an intuition, you are going to be faced with making a decision

    2. Also with a greater number of individuals moving out of the joint family system, this will ensure that retirees are better equipped to fend for themselves when faced with medical expenses

    3. Ackers struggled back to his feet and faced the door

    4. knot of grim faced mothers

    5. “Why the bloody hell not!” she said out loud to a sour faced septuagenarian by

    6. history, when faced with something new or misunderstood, the hopes of creation and

    7. The responsibility was now his, and what a great challenge he was faced with

    8. With all the disruption their expedition had faced, he only went out when he was on duty

    9. in the desert that Son faced his innermost fears and became fearless

    10. Clones, Synthetics, Artificial People, Androids; all of these terms were used and rejected, and, as ever in human history, when faced with something new or misunderstood, the hopes of creation and discovery soon drifted into the shorthand slang of exploitation

    1. From their faces I thought it might be Herndon but my guess is Venna stole it from Herndon, along with a few others, when she was with him

    2. Every year, they come to this very spot, bury their faces in the ground, and howl into pillows made of dirt

    3. When you look at their faces, and see the resemblance of your own children, it is such a miraculous feeling

    4. It was their faces that unnerved him the most, Scar concluded

    5. None of the workers had any muscular control of their faces

    6. We clawed at our faces

    7. There is the same searching and the same god, but he has many faces

    8. Theo Petrakis looked out into a small sea of faces

    9. It faces inland but I can see some horizon

    10. He sat and made stupid faces for a moment or two, as though manually grinding the gears in his head

    1. And on the other hand facing these struggles doesn’t mean

    2. One of the biggest problems facing the grower is de-mineralized soil

    3. “This is why I hate facing people as weak as you,” Scar told her as he extended his hand and picked up his gun

    4. Dave, facing John, slowly rows to the island on the lake

    5. moonshine in the back, facing

    6. Johnny turned slowly so that he was facing the kitchen door

    7. ‘You moving back in, then?’ he asked turning and facing me, leaning his backside against the window sill

    8. metres beyond the porcine wreck, facing back the way he had come

    9. They both stood in the middle of the road now facing one another, the giant

    10. He turns to find a HOODED CLERIC facing him, his hands behind his back

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    Synonyms for "face"

    face aspect expression facial expression look boldness brass cheek nerve human face case font fount typeface grimace side confront face up present front pretence disguise pretext show appearance facade dial kisser countenance map reputation dignity name status prestige standing encounter meet oppose challenge defy cover refinish veneer decorate remodel plaster

    "face" definitions

    the front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear

    the feelings expressed on a person's face

    the general outward appearance of something

    the striking or working surface of an implement

    a part of a person that is used to refer to a person

    a surface forming part of the outside of an object

    the part of an animal corresponding to the human face

    the side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object)

    a contorted facial expression

    a specific size and style of type within a type family

    status in the eyes of others

    impudent aggressiveness

    a vertical surface of a building or cliff

    deal with (something unpleasant) head on

    oppose, as in hostility or a competition

    be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point; be opposite to

    be opposite

    turn so as to face; turn the face in a certain direction

    present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize

    turn so as to expose the face

    line the edge (of a garment) with a different material

    cover the front or surface of