People who are putting their face out there and declaring their bisexuality are helping demystify it.
"No, it's a cow with a crumpled horn—two crumpled horns—and daddy's pushing its face out of the tent," added Sue.
And those are the things that always stare me in the face out there.
Mrs. Carlson lifted her face out of the shadows of the floor at the sound.
He was hanging on to my bunk, staring into my face out of his sou'wester.
Sez he, "I could make your hair out of white silk grass, and your face out of red pop-corn mostly."
Suddenly he stopped, but he dared not lift his face out of the bedclothes.
If only he could—he raised his head sharply and turned to face out on the beam.
Everybody was popping his or her face out to learn the cause of such clamor.
I made a straight run for home now, but somehow felt rather melancholy, and could not get the young lady's face out of my mind.
late 13c., "front of the head," from Old French face (12c.) "face, countenance, look, appearance," from Vulgar Latin *facia (cf. Italian faccia), from Latin facies "appearance, form, figure," and secondarily "visage, countenance;" probably related to facere "to make" (see factitious).
Replaced Old English andwlita (from root of wlitan "to see, look") and ansyn, the usual word (from the root of seon "see"). In French, the use of face for "front of the head" was given up 17c. and replaced by visage (older vis), from Latin visus "sight." To lose face (or save face), 1876, is said to be from Chinese tu lien. Face value was originally (1878) of bank notes, postage stamps, etc.
"confront with assurance, show a bold face," mid-15c., from face (n.) Related: Faced. To face the music is theatrical.
The front portion of the head, from forehead to chin.
To insult; embarrass; humiliate; burn •This sense probably originated in basketball, where aggressive players put their hands in front of other players' faces: face, which means to embarrass (1980s+ Students)
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