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the face: the part of someone’s head containing eyes, nose and mouth

to face: to confront something or someone; to turn towards something so that you are looking directly at it
You are facing five years in prison.


  • "Zoom in on her face."
  • "New president of Europe Brian Alistair Jones, the winner in a hotly contested election that divided citizens over issues such as a national cheese, sits in his office with a reflective look on his face."
  • "Show me kitten face!"
  • "I can see by the look on your faces that you are surprised to see us, alive and well."
  • "I'd just like to remind everyone that I organised a picnic this weekend, and I didn't see any of your faces there!"
  • "My face on toilet paper?"
  • "You ignore the ad, but as you're walking past, you get hit in the face by a big blast of TigerLily fragrance."
  • "I simply say "You are fired" in my sexy (and largely incomprehensible) accent and the person limps out of the office with a big smile on their face."
  • "Face the wall, bend over and touch your toes."
  • "Is take the horse by its long brown face"

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