from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A piece of material sewn to the edge of a garment, such as a dress or coat, as lining or decoration.
- n. Material used for such a lining or decoration.
- n. An outer layer or coating applied to a surface for protection or decoration.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. diverging in the direction of travel.
- n. The most external portion of exterior siding.
- n. Fabric applied to a garment edge on the underside.
- v. Present participle of face.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A covering in front, for ornament or other purpose; an exterior covering or sheathing; , to strengthen it or to protect or adorn the exposed surface.
- n. A lining placed near the edge of a garment for ornament or protection.
- n. The finishing of any face of a wall with material different from that of which it is chiefly composed, or the coating or material so used.
- n. A powdered substance, as charcoal, bituminous coal, etc., applied to the face of a mold, or mixed with the sand that forms it, to give a fine smooth surface to the casting.
- n. The collar and cuffs of a military coat; -- commonly of a color different from that of the coat.
- n. The movement of soldiers by turning on their heels to the right, left, or about; -- chiefly in the pl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A covering in front for ornament, distinction, protection, or other purpose.
- n. In founding, fine sand or powder applied to the face of a mold which receives the metal, to give a smooth surface to the casting.
- n. A mode of preparing tea for the market by treating it with coloring matter and other substances, so as to imitate tea of better quality and higher value; also, the materials used in this process of adulteration.
- n. Milit., the movement of a soldier in turning on the heel to the right, left, right about, left about, etc.: as, to put a recruit through his facings.
- n. Boasting; swaggering.
- n. The process of joining two pieces of timber by a rabbet.
- n. In chess, the way or direction in which a piece should face.
- n. In brickmaking, the opening through which the bricks are wheeled into the kiln and hauled out after burning. Also called abutment.
- n. The process of preparing the face or working-surface of a millstone.
- n. In confectionery, giving a smooth finish to the surface of the paste for lozenges, by strewing it with starch-powder and fine sugar and rubbing them in by hand.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an ornamental coating to a building
- n. a protective covering that protects the outside of a building
- n. a lining applied to the edge of a garment for ornamentation or strengthening
- n. providing something with a surface of a different material
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Celebs are seen carrying their Starbucks cup with the label facing the eager paparazzi for free publicity.
Frank watched him for a while and noticed he had the label facing the pitcher.
Behind them stood deodorant, shaving cream, mouthwash and aftershave, each with the label facing front, each item about one inch from its neighbor, soldiers at attention.
Suddenly she focused on one specimen in particular, a purple-topped tube with the label facing toward her.
The little yellow sack of plaster sat right on the table, next to the flour, and with the label facing Hettie.
The glass of white Bordeaux dangling from her hand completed her outfit of a low-necked leopard-print dress, diamond earrings and a fur-trimmed Versace coat, the latter thrown over her arm with the label facing out for easy reading.
Put them on the windshields (perhaps the parking lot of the local Fundamentalist church on a Sunday when the sun is shining, the birds are chirping and the faithful are faithfuling or grocery stores (strip malls), private businesses where the parking lot is public; public parks, school board meetings etc.) with the title facing out so people can see it when they approach their cars.
Founded in 2001, Wine Master Cellars created the patented VintageView® wine storage system designed to display wine sideways with the label facing forward to allow for easy viewing and visual appeal.
Players were taught to turn the label facing up in order for the bat to hit the ball with the grain.
As players at any level always knew, you held bats with the label facing up, on the "face grain," to allow for optimum impact on the "edge grain."