b: external and often feigned appearance especially in the face of danger or adversity
a (1):vanguard(2): a line of battle (3): a zone of conflict between armies
b (1): a stand on an issue :policy(2): an area of activity or interest <progress on the educational front>(3): a movement linking divergent elements to achieve common objectives; especially: a political coalition
: a side of a building; especially: the side that contains the principal entrance
a: the forward part or surface
b (1):frontage(2): a beach promenade at a seaside resort
In meteorology, the interface or transition zone between two air masses of different density and temperature. Frontal zones are frequently accompanied by low barometric pressure, marked changes in wind direction and relative humidity, and considerable cloudiness and precipitation.