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 Faced.Face-card or Faced-card. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Faced.
 
Bare-faced. Impudence unconcealed. A “bare-faced lie” is a lie told shamelessly and without prevarication.   1
   Shame-faced. Having shame expressed in the face.   2
   Faced with [silk, etc.]. An inferior article bearing the surface of a superior one, as when cotton-velvet has a silk surface; the “facings” (as the lining of coat-cuffs, etc.) made of silk, etc.   3
 


 Faced.Face-card or Faced-card. 

 
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