Spell check of face
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Correct spelling: face
- f[= a]s, n. the front part of the head, including forehead, eyes, nose, mouth, cheeks, and chin: the outside make or appearance: front or surface of anything: the edge of a cutting-tool, & c.: the part of a coal-seam actually being mined: cast of features, any special appearance or expression of the countenance: look, configuration: boldness, effrontery; presence: ( B.) anger or favour.-- v.t. to meet in the face or in front: to stand opposite to: to resist: to put an additional face or surface on; to cover in front.-- v.i. to turn the face, as in military tactics--' right face,' & c.-- ns. FACE'- ACHE, neuralgia in the nerves of the face; FACE'- CARD, a playing-card bearing a face ( king, queen, or knave); FACE'- CLOTH, a cloth laid over the face of a corpse.-- adj. FACED, having the outer surface dressed, with the front, as of a dress, covered ornamentally with another material.-- n. FACE'- GUARD, a kind of mask to guard or protect the face.-- adj. FACE'LESS, without a face.-- ns. FAC'ER, one who puts on a false show: a bold-faced person: ( slang) a severe blow on the face, anything that staggers one; FAC'ING, a covering in front for ornament or protection.-- FACE DOWN, to abash by stern looks; FACE OUT, to carry off by bold looks; FACE THE MUSIC ( U.S. slang), to accept the situation at its worst; FACE-TO-FACE, in front of, in actual presence of.-- ACCEPT ONE'S FACE, to show him favour or grant his request; FLY IN THE FACE OF, to set one's self directly against; HAVE TWO FACES, or BE TWO-FACED, to be disingenuous; ON THE FACE OF IT, on its own showing: palpably plain; PULL A LONG FACE, to look dismal and unhappy; PUT A GOOD FACE ON, to assume a bold or contented bearing as regards; RIGHT FACE! LEFT FACE! RIGHT ABOUT FACE! words of command, on which the soldiers individually turn to the side specified; RUN ONE'S FACE ( U.S. slang), to obtain things on credit by sheer impudence; SET ONE'S FACE AGAINST, to oppose strenuously; SHOW ONE'S FACE, to appear, to come in view; SHUT THE DOOR IN HIS FACE, to shut the door before him, refusing him admittance; TO HIS FACE, in his presence, openly. [ Fr. face-- L. '' facies'', form, face; perh. from fac[) e]re, to make.]
FACE abbreviation definitions:
cahce, kacie, facel, facese, facee, funace, cace, fauxe, foce, facks, facein, fae, oficer, warface, feeze, focue, beuace, ofice, facied, fafsa, faceous, thefice, faource, facees, fance, suface, sefice, hace, faceas, fgace, sifice, kace, fague, facve, faher, facin, fearcely, famose, facede, oace, fornace, feice, sarce, falue, fource, fackes, feale, serface, faci, jayce.