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Make a face   /meɪk ə feɪs/   Listen
Make a face

verb
1.
Contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state.  Synonyms: grimace, pull a face.






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"Make a face" Quotes from Famous Books



... if it's a transaction," he said, nodding to Robert to close the library door. "Take seats. Now then, what is it? And if I make a face, just oblige me by thinking nothing about it, for my gout's beginning to settle in the leg again, and shoots like an electric telegraph ...
— The Shaving of Shagpat • George Meredith



Words linked to "Make a face" :   smile, squint, pout, lour, grimace, frown, lower, squinch, mow, screw up, wince, intercommunicate, glower, communicate, mop



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