face up

IPA: fˈeɪsˈʌp

verb

  • To confront an unpleasant situation

faceup

IPA: fˈeɪsʌp

adverb

  • Alternative spelling of face-up [In a position with the face upwards.]

face-up

IPA: fˈeɪsʌp

adverb

  • In a position with the face upwards.

Examples of "faceup" in Sentences

    Examples of "face-up" in Sentences

    • He looks down at it, ace of hearts; of course it's landed face-up.
    • He was always more of a face-up, drive off the elbow, passer-type player. ...
    • In some poker variants the cards are dealt face-up, in others they are dealt face-down.
    • I had seen dead birds before and once saw three dead rabbits, but never a man lying face-up, like a mannequin in a box.
    • This is how the glances of mourners must have felt to my uncle as he lay face-up in a suit worn only four times in life.
    • What does this mean for the country's interest rates and will Budapest face-up to the fall out from the euro-zone's crisis?
    • The dealer then burns one last card, and deals the final face-up community card, referred to as ‘Fifth Street’ or the ‘river’.
    • Officers who responded to the East New York apartment found Ms. Brown lying face-up on her bed with a gunshot wound to the head.
    • Even as a public company "we cannot be held captive to financial results" and that, "As an Aliren, I have learned that one must bravely face-up to and assume responsibility."

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