Examples of facing in a Sentence
a house with brick facing
a suit with red facings at the collar and the cuffs
Recent Examples of facing from the Web
Elitzer: SoundCloud wasn't meant for that, it was meant for its public facing [service].
Niraj Warikoo, Detroit Free Press An Oakland County judge will consider whether to set aside the felony conviction of an Iraqi immigrant facing deportation after being detained by ICE last month.
According to Eater, the Chipotle NEXT Kitchen is public-facing, which means non-employees can go and try out recipes that aren't yet available at any other Chipotle store.
Happ had limited the Yankees to an infield single by Gary Sanchez in the first inning before Aaron Judge, leading off the fourth, launched a low-altitude missile that dented the facing of the terrace beyond the left-center-field fence.
Moore sent a towering drive that peaked at 119 feet before smacking off the facing of the second deck in left.
In other words, the aluminum facings fall off, leaving the flammable plastic core exposed.
Classes were held at 7 and 8 a.m., and the goats mostly wandered about and nibbled on corn while their human counterparts performed poses such as downward facing dog.
Correa, who had three hits and three RBIs, got the Astros going in the first inning with a shot that slammed off the facing of the second deck in left field.
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First Known Use of facing
FACING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of facing for English Language Learners
: a layer of material that is placed on the surface or front of something to improve its appearance
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