- a fashion; manner; style.
- workmanship; make.
Origin of façon
First recorded in 1795–1805
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Examples from the Web for facon
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
The facon he dropped on my side of the wall, but I had no time to stoop for it just then.