look (someone) in the face

Definition of look (someone) in the face

  1. :  to look directly at (someone who is also looking at one) I wasn't afraid to look him (right) in the face and tell him just what I thought of him!

Word by Word Definitions

lookplay
  1. :  to make sure or take care (that something is done)

    :  to ascertain by the use of one's eyes

    :  to exercise the power of vision upon :  examine

  1. :  the act of looking

    :  glance

    :  the expression of the countenance

someoneplay
  1. :  some person :  somebody

faceplay
  1. :  the front part of the head that in humans extends from the forehead to the chin and includes the mouth, nose, cheeks, and eyes

    :  the face as a means of identification :  countenance

    :  presence, sight

  1. :  to confront impudently

    :  to line near the edge especially with a different material

    :  to cover the front or surface of


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WORD OF THE DAY

clearly seen through or understood

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