[ left-feys ]
/ ˈlɛftˈfeɪs /
a 90° turn to the left, especially as a marching command.
verb (used without object), left-faced, left-fac·ing.
to execute a left-face.
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Words nearby left-face
Definition for left-face (2 of 2)
(used as a military command to perform a left-face).
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Example sentences from the Web for left-face
Holes caused by these reverse shots, and even shells themselves, are still seen in the ruins of the left-face casemates.Fort Sumter National Monument, South Carolina|Frank Barnes