- of, in, or at the front: a frontal view; frontal attack.
- Meteorology. of or relating to the division between dissimilar air masses: frontal zone; frontal surface.
- Fine Arts.
Origin of frontal
Examples from the Web for frontal
Contemporary Examples of frontal
He specialized in frontal assaults on the enemy, and he quickly acquired a reputation for brutal and extreme violence.The Warlord Who Defines Afghanistan: An Excerpt From Bruce Riedel’s ’What We Won’
July 27, 2014
Its distinctiveness arises from a key region, the frontal cortex, not being fully developed.The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, July 26, 2014
The Daily Beast
July 26, 2014
One of the first areas to shut down are the frontal lobes where our judgment centers are located.6 Sleep Myths to Finally Put to Bed
March 23, 2014
One photo is a frontal shot with her friend Blac Chyna with the caption “Getting right for the new year.”Did Kim Kardashian Photoshop Her Butt Selfie? Yes, She Probably Did.
January 8, 2014
The doctors discovered the entry wound into the frontal lobe with a diameter about equal to that of a cigarette.The Little Syrian Girl With a Bullet in Her Head
November 29, 2013
Historical Examples of frontal
For their submarines are useless in frontal attack against our shores!
Anticus: frontal; belonging to or directed toward the front.
Frontal: referring to the front of head or anterior aspect of any part.
Superposed: placed one above the other, as the frontal tufts in some moths.
McDowell was making a frontal attack and sending in his brigades piecemeal.The Long Roll
- of, at, or in the front
- of or relating to the foreheadfrontal artery
- of or relating to the anterior part of a body or organ
- meteorol of, relating to, or resulting from a front or its passagefrontal rainfall
Word Origin for frontal
Word Origin and History for frontal
- Of, relating to, directed toward, or situated at the front.
- Of or relating to the forehead or frontal bone.
- Of or relating to the frontal plane.