Part of speech:
(Figuratively) prepared for, or dealt with some matter
Lacking a face
To face or oppose boldly, defiantly, or antagonistically
Coated with a thin adherent layer of metal. Often used in combination:
Brave means to face something with courage.
To seem or appear to be:
To front is defined as to face in a certain direction, or to be the leader of something.
Present is defined as to formally introduce or honor someone.
To not interfere with; allow; permit
To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
The definition of allow means to permit or to give permission.
To deal with or treat in a particular way
Bear means to give birth to, be able to cope with or hold up weight.
To allow; permit; tolerate
To meet, especially unexpectedly.
Court means to pay attention to someone to get something or to seek someone for marriage or dating.
To withstand is to be able to successfully cope with something or to be able to resist or remain unaffected by something.
To induce or evaluate an immune response in an organism by administering a specific antigen to which it has been sensitized.
To have enough courage to meet or do something, go somewhere, etc.; to face up to
To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill:
To refuse to submit to or cooperate with:
To incur the risk of
To cover with a thin layer of more costly material; esp., to cover (wood) with wood of finer quality
(Now Rare) To stand out conspicuously
Smooth is defined as to get rid of wrinkles, lumps or ridges in something.
(Intransitive, photography) to move the camera lens angle while continuing to expose the film, enabling a contiguous view and enrichment of context. In still-photography large-group portraits the film usually remains on a horizontal fixed plane as the lens and/or the film holder moves to expose the film laterally. The resulting image may extend a short distance laterally or as great as 360 degrees from the point where the film first began to be exposed.
To cover or decorate with paint; color
To set (a map or chart) in agreement with the points of the compass
1866, London Miscellany, 5 May, p. 102
To cover (the face, for example) with a decorative or protective mask.
To survey or explore for the purpose of making a map
To grimace is defined as to make an unpleasant fact or twist up your facial features, often to indicate displeasure.
(Intransitive) To have a frown on one's face.
(Informal) To picture mentally; imagine:
To prepare for use; to fit for any use; to render suitable for an intended purpose; to get ready.
To point to, indicate, or register by means of a dial.
(Intransitive) To approach; to come near to; to verge.
To mislead or seek to mislead (a person) by a false, bold front
To view means to look at.
To afford a view over:
To bring from a compact to an extended position; unfold:
To fold back and stitch down the edge of.
(Nautical) With sails well trimmed.
To stick together
To cover or hide with or as if with a coat of plaster:
Side is defined as to align oneself. Side is defined as to put a new finish on a surface.
To cover (a roof, etc.) with shingles
To cover as a coat.
To model again
To adjust or adapt to a certain level.
To become smooth or shiny by being rubbed:
To cover with skin, or as if with skin; hence, to cover superficially.
To approach and speak to, especially aggressively or insistently, as with a demand or request.
(Obs.) To go away from; leave
To escape or avoid, especially by cleverness or deceit:
To discontinue the use of a drug or other substance, especially one that is addictive.
To move backward or away; withdraw or retire:
To beat with a whip made from hide.
To remain firm, as under trial or suffering; to suffer patiently or without yielding; to bear up under adversity; to hold out.
Resist is defined as to fend off, oppose or work against.
To go before, go in front of.
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