full-face full-face


  • (adj) looking forward



  1. A clutch of Western countries have put curbs on burqas and niqabs, the full-face veils that leave only a slit for the eyes.
  2. Seen full-face, this statue markedly resembles the Mona Lisa.
  3. It's no coincidence the British debate surrounds a teaching assistant who refused to take off her full-face veil around male colleagues.


  • Expert discusses sleep disorders, healthy rest

    Sleep doctor Kim Mebust at the Sleep Center of Multicare's Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, Wash. On the bed is a mannequin head with a full-face mask used in sleep apnea treatment.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Desert Sun

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