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  • interj. An exclamation of derision and contempt.


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  • He had a queer, babylike way of not seeming to take in quickly what was said to him, and staring up in your face with his great oxen-like eyes, that did a little excuse Maurice's way of laughing at him and telling him he was "half-witted."

    "Carrots": Just a Little Boy

  • You don’t know the depths of humiliation until Helen Reddy’s daughter laughs in your face and calls you “Frosty Jr.”

    Life As We Know It

  • You will go up – I see it in your face – you will go up, like you go up these rocks; it is pretty steep, but you know, vere one person cannot stand, anozer will mount.

    The Hills of the Shatemuc

  • These are called widow-makers by lumberjacks because of the explosive energy in the sprung trunk, coiled to kick back and fling the saw in your face or just knock you flat.


  • If I gave you a disc with the evidence, you'd have no guarantee I hadnae backed it up and wouldnae be in your face again later, askin 'for another sub.

    It's October, 1956.

  • As Spaun was leaving, he said to the composer, “There is nothing evil in your face to-day, old fellow.”

    The Loves of Great Composers

  • Fuck love and relationship and all that goody-good bullshit that blows up in your face and leaves you hurting behind a motherfucka and his lies.

    Real wifeys


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