noun, plural fa·çons [fa-sawn] /faˈsɔ̃/. French.
Origin of façon
Examples from the Web for facon
The facon he dropped on my side of the wall, but I had no time to stoop for it just then.
Now and then he made long, slashing stabs in the air with the facon.
This may be said to be literally true and not a facon de parler, as I once killed an elk that jumped through a window.The Rifle and The Hound in Ceylon|Samuel White Baker