[ foo l-feyst ]
/ ˈfʊlˈfeɪst /


having a plump or round face.
facing squarely toward the spectator or in a given direction.

Origin of full-faced

First recorded in 1600–10

Related forms

full·face, noun, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for full-faced



having a round full face
Also: full face facing towards the viewer, with the entire face visible
another name for bold face

Derived Forms

fullface, noun, adverb
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