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And so fessing up to a lie, even a beautiful one, hurt.
In episode four, Nancy and Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) surreptitiously record Dr. Owens 'fessing up to what went down in season 1.
The site fessed up to the maneuver in a blog post, saying the idea was to raise money to finance the site without needing to rely on advertising.
Others had a much harder time1, though, and Apple has fessed up to problems switching to unauthenticated Wi-Fi networks without connectivity.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons a record number of people underwent lip augmentation procedures in 2015 (the same year Kylie ‘fessed up about her fuller pout).
And after allowing a single to Pablo Sandoval, Uehara finally fessed up that the lower right side of his neck was bothering him.
AKA, Liza is bound to fess up to everyone, including her zany boss Diana Trout.
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Origin and Etymology of fess
First Known Use: 1840See Words from the same year
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