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two–faced

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adjective \ˈtü-ˈfāst\

Simple Definition of two–faced

  • : not honest or sincere : saying different things to different people in order to get their approval instead of speaking and behaving honestly

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of two–faced

  1. 1 :  double-dealing, false

  2. 2 :  having two faces

two–facedness

play \-ˈfāst-nəs, -ˈfā-səd-nəs\ noun

1609

First Known Use of two–faced

1609


TWO–FACED Defined for Kids

two–faced

adjective \ˈtü-ˈfāst\

Definition of two–faced for Students

  1. :  not honest or sincere :  saying different things to different people in order to gain their approval instead of speaking and behaving honestly




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