Face [noun]

Definition of Face:

front of something; expression, exterior

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Sentence/Example of Face:

In the post, featuring a picture of the two hugging closely with smiles plastered on their faces, the Next Friday star lamented his father’s passing and expressed gratitude for the memories they shared.

It takes fearlessness to go head to head with a giant company, but it’s important to stand up in the face of what can be overwhelming.

There’s the pain in Coach Mark Few’s face on ESPN in March when the tournament cancellation happened, his smashing team done at 31-2.

I normally connect with a guy face to face, which makes the interaction more organic.

When you breathe in, you should feel suction up against your face.

This tidy little tin can live in their ski pocket all season—reminding your partner how much you care about them and their face again and again.

He was skating with a full face shield Wednesday and was listed as day-to-day.

I do hope at some point in the near future I will get to see faces in person that I’ve only seen on a screen for the last eleven months.

Mahomes, the face of the league and a rising star, has aspirations to have a Brady-like career.

Yet the night still hangs on, enough so that I can’t quite make out the faces of the other surfers when I arrive.