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  • v  overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring

  • He can only try to outface it.
  • Last week Premier Bennett was back in Ottawa and Minister Stevens found that he could no longer outface the intolerable situation The Pamphlet had put him into.
  • A new English plutocracy, mercantile and determined to outface the landed gentry, was on the rise.

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