faces 문장


    Examples of faces in a Sentence

  • 문장 face
    1. After stumbling and landing on her face, the toddler picked herself up and continued unfazed.
    2. Wept,--for an impress on the face she viewed-- The stamp of feelings she remembered not; His voice was calmer now, but more subdued, Not like the voice long loved and unforgot!
    3. If location photography meant better-looking backgrounds than the painted flats or rear-projection screens of the studios, it also meant that filmmakers had to curtail their creative urges in the face of unmalleable reality.
    4. Tom, Dick, and Harry's unmended hose persisted in dancing a spectral jig before her mental eye, mother's querulous complaints spoilt the song she hummed to cheer herself, and little May's wistful face put the goddess of beauty entirely out of countenance.
    5. Through the chinks of my fingers, dolorously spread over my face, I see that he has sat down on the other side of the table, just opposite me, and that he is smiling in the same unmirthful, gently sarcastic way, as he was when he left me.
    6. The lawyer and twice-divorced mother of three had presented herself as the modern face of her party, trying to strip it of unsavoury overtones after her father's convictions for saying the Nazi occupation of France was not "particularly inhumane".
    7. Mr. Obama has presented himself as a fresh face, unsteeped in Washington and the proverbial “politics as usual.”
    8. an unwrinkled face
  • 문장 faces
    1. It's so effective at holding soil together that I've even seen geogrid used alone to hold 20-foot high sheer faces of bare soil stable [ … ] .
    2. The backup team would be crouched in some tiny broom closet, with sweat rolling down their faces and their backs growing stiffer, and the jackrollers would just walk by.
    3. They found these seeds and painted faces on them,” she says, picking up a long sausage-like fruit fallen from the kigelia trees.
    4. The fracture faces were free of particles, indicating that PDS-His 6 does not dip deeply into membranes, probably representing a monotopic membrane protein.
    5. The multicultural, multiamorous group of competitive young workaholics alternately getting in one another’s faces and pants.
    6. We give a combinatorial proof of this theorem and prove several additional statements on three-codimensional faces of parallelohedral tiling.
    7. The two masters have fundamentally different ideals of the human form : Fra Filippo's figures are short and thick, round-headed, and wide-handed ; Botticelli's, on the contrary, are tall and slender, with long oval faces and narrow bony hands
    8. Chris’s heart leapt when she saw the expressions on her teachers’ faces. (the teacher + s’)
    9. their facesexpressions (face + s’)
  • 문장 faced
    1. The British, having cleared the open field, now faced the problem of advancing through the trees into the sniper fire of several hundred Virginia militia.
    2. I was only once faced with the task of auditioning a nimiety of sopranos.
    3. A dour turning in this era of ultrasecurity has motor vehicle officials in four states banning open-faced smiles on photo identification licenses.
    4. Broad-faced, with underfringe of russet beard. — Tennyson.
    5. Faced with the prospect of cooking for himself, his first thought was to cop out and order a pizza.
    6. Faced with a box full of hundreds of small parts and forty pages worth of assembly instructions, he could do little more than stand there and scratch his head.
    7. When I glance over my notes and records of the Sherlock Holmes cases between the years '82 and '90, I am faced by so many which present strange and interesting features that it is no easy matter to know which to choose and which to leave.
    8. We're expected to just do it at the drop of a hat - At last at a drop of a hat I faced my fears.
    9. two-edged , two-faced , two-headed , two-tongued , two-way
  • 문장 facing
    1. It can take pictures or video from a front-facing camera, controlled by a voice command or a swipe on the right-hand armature, and is designed to display at-a-glance information on its screen which is visible only to the user.
    2. [ … ] her novel illuminates the general situation facing all children of postcolonial immigrants across the West, from the banlieue of France to the Islamic neighborhoods of New York to the Hispanic ghettos of Los Angeles.
    3. The charreada, a type of rodeo popular among a growing number of middle-class Mexican-Americans, is facing criticism over some of its events.
    4. When the Crown Vic rammed the Lincoln's rear fender, they were spun around facing back the way they'd come.
    5. We knew someone had lost when the last two people in the drill down ended up facing each other.
    6. "Now this" — he indicated the great building facing them, with a handsome flight of steps up to the open door — "this is the great hall."
    7. When the mighty elk herds of the West were facing the possibility of extinction from overhunting, settlement and neglect a century ago, people here stepped forward and began what has turned out to be a profound biological experiment.
    8. The perfume industry is facing a major problem: maintaining constant levels of quality is crucial, but it is increasingly difficult to obtain a regular supply of all the necessary natural ingredients.
    9. Iron ore producers are facing the first price fall for annual contracts in seven years as demand weakens for steelmaking inputs.
    10. Whipsawed by events and facing another midterm electoral defeat, President Obama has directed his team to forge a policy agenda to regain momentum for his final two years in office even as some advisers urge that he rethink the way he governs.
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  1. fr faces
  2. en facest
  3. en facesaving
  4. en facesitter
  5. en facesitters
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