Definition of 'open-faced'
Example sentences containing 'open-faced'
The marigolds were bright yellow; and around the old pump, the pansies, open-faced in velvet, sprung out of a blanket of ivy.DANSVILLE (2003)
By the open window stood a man, open-faced and shambling.MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
She was fair-haired, probably dyed, and open-faced, almost bold but without the hard defensive look that women dealers get.WHISTLER IN THE DARK (2003)
He himself was a large man, with a thick gray beard and braided gray plaits hanging down from beneath his open-faced helmet.THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART TWO OF THE EA CYCLE (2003)
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