adjective. ['ˈfeɪst'] having a face or facing especially of a specified kind or number; often used in combination.
- -ed (English)
- -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- face (English)
Words that Rhyme with Faced
Example sentences of the word faced
1. Verb, past participle
A traverse rod can seem like a confusing contraption when faced with one for the first time.
2. Verb, past tense
He experienced more financial difficulties given the language barrier he faced in the primarily Czech-speaking region.
Quotes containing the word faced
1. I was a product of a divorced family and I used humor as a weapon to combat sadness. I used comedy to make my mother laugh in light of the darkness that she faced, and to me it became a very powerful tool at a very young age, at six. I saw how therapeutic it could be.
- Josh Gad
2. We're all screwed up. And the way Christians mess things up is we act like we've got it going on. And if we would just stay in that place of, 'Hey, we're all screwed up and but for the grace of God, none of us have a shot here.' We need to have a sense of humor about it; that's kind of the way I've always faced my comedy.
- Jeff Foxworthy
3. All your life, you will be faced with a choice. You can choose love or hate…I choose love.
- Johnny Cash
adjective. having a round face.
adjective. having or concerned with polarities or contrasts.
adjective. having a pleasing face or one showing a sweet disposition.
adjective. having a dirty face.
adjective. (of animals) having white markings on the face.
adjective. having a face longer than the usual.
adjective. (especially of the face) reddened or suffused with or as if with blood from emotion or exertion.
adjective. humorless and disapproving.
adjective. deliberately impassive in manner.