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Definition of the verb outface
What does outface mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: outfaced | outfacing | outfaces
- overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring
Alternative definition of the verb outface
- To disconcert someone with an unblinking face-to-face confrontation; to stare down
- To boldly confront a situation
Outface was a punk rock/hardcore band formed in the Cleveland, Ohio area in the mid 1980s, by Chris Hall and Charlie Garriga fronted, eventually by future Sepultura singer Derrick Green. The band also featured bassist Frank Cavanagh of Filter and guitarist Charlie Garriga of CIV, who was self-taught. Mark Konopka was the drummer. They recorded one demo tape in 1987, and later reunited for a studio album, Friendly Green, released 1992. Stylistically, their music varies between rock, metal and punk with ska elements, not unlike the early works of Red Hot Chili Peppers. Green was credited as Simon Verde on the Outface release.
- album: "Friendly Green"
"Outface" is a musical single of Komakino.
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by Christian Ludwig
in the face; to stare upon him; to look staringly, or stedfasty, upon him; to outface him; to outface the fun, &c. Unverwerfflicher zeuge (ein) an unexceptionable witness. Unverweslicher cörper (ein) an incorruptible, unperishable or ...
outface (out-fas'), v. t. 1. To confront boldly; brave; defy. And with presented nakedness out-face The winds and persecutions of the sky. Shak., Lear, ii. 3. 11. 2. To keep or force by boldness. [Rare.] Then did we two set on you four; and, with a ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
outface (out-fas'), v. t. 1. To confront boldly; brave; defy. And with presented nakedness out-face The wlndB and persecutions of the sky. Shak., Lear, U. 3. 11. 2. To keep or force by boldness. [Bare.] Then did ...
by William Dwight Whitney
outface (out-fas'), v. t. 1. To confront boldly; brave; defy. And with presented nakedness out-face The winds and persecutions of the sky. Shah, Lear, ii. 3. 11. 2. To keep or force by boldness. [Rare.] Then did we ...
by John Walker
To Outface, out-fasej t>. a. To brave, to bear down by show of ...
And Expositor of the English Language... by John Walker
Remotest from the uidiu s To Outface, out-fisej r. a. To brave, to bear down by show of magnanimity ; to stwe down.
by George FULTON (and KNIGHT (George))
towards the outside Outface, out-fice', v. to brave ; to bear down _ Outfly, out-fly', v. to leave behind in flight Outgate, out'gite, ...
by Duncan Brack
They compensate by giving the electorate uplift with constant plugging of an identity concept –no matter how miniscule – to which they tryto attach a confrontational flavour: 'Newton Ferrers Mums outface Whitehall' and areally bouncy ...
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Scrabble value of O1U1T1F4A1C3E1
The value of this 7-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of OUTFACE
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- FACE OUT
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