Dick had been minded for an instant to stay and outface him.
And in this matter I shall be ready to outface him at all hazards.
Helene herself, with her weak will, would be unable to outface her family.
“That depends on what you mean,” he said, determined not to let her outface him.
I thought, as she moved about, her grand bulk seemed to outface the narrow limits of the cottage.
Not twice would he outface me, even though it were my death day.
Second, in order, in case you decided to testify, that you may be forewarned and be prepared to outface her.
Then let us stand and outface danger, Since you will have it so.
They will try to outface us, my patron; but we shall triumph.
No male body and brain could withstand and outface merely the emotional besiegings of you.