faced definition

  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and past participle of face.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of face.
  • adjective:
    • intoxicated
    • Having (these types of) a face, or (numerous) faces.
    • having a face or facing particularly of a specified type or quantity; usually used in combo
    • drunk
    • Having (these types of) a face, or (numerous) faces.
    • having a face or dealing with particularly of a specified type or number; frequently utilized in combination
  • others:
    • Having a face; marked with a face, as a court-card.
    • Appearing regarding face; having a facial expression of a particular type; searching.
    • getting the top or outer surface-dressed or smoothed: as, a faced stone.
    • getting the front side, or some part of the front side, covered with other material (see face, transitive verb, 3): said of garments, as a man's coat, a woman's gown, etc., and sometimes utilized compounded because of the title of the material: as, silk-faced; satin-faced.
    • Having a face; marked with a face, as a court-card.
    • Appearing regarding face; having a facial phrase of a particular sort; searching.
    • Having the upper or outer surface dressed or smoothed: as, a faced rock.
    • Having the front side, or some the main front, covered with other product (see face, transitive verb, 3): said of garments, as a guy's layer, a woman's dress, etc., and often made use of compounded using the name associated with product: as, silk-faced; satin-faced.

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