verb (transitive, adverb)
- to endure (trouble)
- to defy or act boldly in spite of (criticism, blame, etc)
- to cause to concede by a bold stare Also (esp US and Canadian): face down
Example Sentences Including 'face out'
"All my career I've had problems keeping my face out of the way.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
After ten tries, defeated, I fished Ed's still smiling face out with the loo brush, and scraped him into the bin.
RESCUING ROSE (2002)
I was too shocked to hug him back, thinking only about how to extract my face out of his armpit.
EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON (2004)
Lions prop Mike Burton recalls: `There was Vaseline dripping down his face out of this hole.
Times, Sunday Times (2005)
Momentarily, he saw Irena's hair choking her as he turned her face out of the water.
The Last Raven
She vanished into her bedroom, but after a moment poked her face out at him.
Dreams of Innocence
Somehow, Nielsen carried on, even sticking his face out towards Tyson, mocking him and beckoning him forward to do his worst.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
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