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Search phrase: face-royal


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Henry IV Part 22H4 I.ii.22will not stick to say his face is a face-royal. God maywill not sticke to say, his Face is a Face-Royall. Heauen may
Henry IV Part 22H4 I.ii.24keep it still at a face-royal, for a barber shall never earnkeepe it still at a Face-Royall, for a Barber shall neuer earne


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abideendure, undergo, face
affrontcome face to face with, meet, confront
affrontequal, put in balance, set face to face
againagainst, facing
againstin the face of
answercope with, face, encounter
aspect[of a human face] look, appearance, expression
auditaccount, reckoning [especially: in the face of God]
auditorofficial of the exchequer, royal accounts officer
ballroyal golden orb
beardto his face, openly
beavervisor of a helmet, face-guard
bideface, await, undergo
birthroyal birth, noble ancestry
blood-drinkingdraining the blood away [from the face]
blowzered-faced lass
both-sidestwo-faced, double-dealing, hypocritical
brazen-facedshameless, unblushing, unabashed
broad-frontedwith a broad forehead or face
chambercapital, metropolis, royal residence
championchallenge, defy, face
cheerface, look, expression
clearcheerfully, brightly, with unclouded face
constablechief officer of the royal household [in England and France]
copeencounter, face, have to do [with], come into contact [with]
countenanceface up to, confront
countenanceexpression, look, face
currentaccepted, genuine, taken at face value
dog-ape[dog-faced] baboon
doubledeceptively, deceitfully, in a two-faced way
faceappearance, outward show, look
facedeceive, put on a false face
faceconfront with impudence, persist in contradicting
facecountenance, condone, cover over
facecover over, put a false face on
facebully, intimidate, turn
faceexclude, expel; or: deny [to one's face]
facebrazen out, carry through shamelessly
facebrazen out, carry through shamelessly
facetrim with braid, adorn
faceconfront impudently, defy
facerepresentation, image; skull
face-royalmajestic face, face like a king
facingtrimming, adorning, decking out
fairfair face, beauty
fair-facedattractive, appealing, presenting a good prospect
false-facedhypocritical, sanctimonious
figureface; or: body
fisnomyphysiognomy, face, countenance
fleur-de-lisheraldic lily [royal symbol of France]
'forein the face of
frontforehead, face
frontconfront, face, meet
frontingconfronting, facing
frownfierce look, severe face
gainstin the face of
glass-facedmirror-faced, self-reflecting
good-facedsmooth-faced, pretty
Gorgongenerally applied to Medusa, one of three monsters who had snakes in their hair, ugly faces, huge wings, and whose staring eyes could turn people to stone
grim-visagedwith a stern face
groundface of the earth, globe
half-faceprofile, side-view
half-facedimperfect, incomplete, defective
half-facedthin-faced, with a pinched look
half-faced[of a coin] showing a monarch's profile; also: clipped, imperfect
half-facedwith only half the face visible
havelet's face, let's see
hazard[royal tennis] opening in a court where a ball is unplayable [and thus a winning point is scored]
headto one's face, frankly, openly
high-colouredflushed, red-faced
humble-visagedwith humble faces
interviewface-to-face meeting
Janus[pron: 'jaynus] Roman god who guards gates and doors; shown with two faces, one at the back of his head
lookface, turn towards
mobledwith face muffled up, veiled
moppinggrimacing, making faces
mouthmake faces, grimace, show scorn
opposedopposite, facing
outlookoutstare, overcome by facing up to
overmatchedoutnumbered, faced with superior strength
overstareoutstare, face down
paintingcosmetics, paint [for the face], beautifying
peepappear, show one's face
pensionergentleman of the royal bodyguard
Plantagenet[pron: plan'tajinit] name of an English royal dynasty, which ruled from the accession of Henry II (1154) to the death of Richard III (1485); from Latin planta genista 'sprig of bloom', worn as a crest by Geoffrey, Count of Anjou, the father of Henry II, from whom the house is also called the Anjou or Angevin dynasty
presenceroyal assembly, eminent company
presenceroyal reception chamber
princeperson of royal blood [of either sex], noble
progressstate passage, royal journey
proposeface, confront, be ready to meet
pursuivantroyal messenger, state messenger [with power to execute warrants]
royallike a king, majestic
royalkingly; also: to the value of the English coin worth half a pound
royalgenerous, munificent, bountiful
royalgold coin, value of half a pound
royal merchantmerchant prince
royalizemake royal, invest with a majestic character
royaltyright granted by a monarch, royal prerogative
royaltymajesty, royal highness
sad-eyed, sad-facedgrave-looking
sanguinered-faced, ruddy-hued
seemingdeceptive appearance, two-faced behaviour, pretence
shame-faced, shamefastmodest, retiring, shy
singing-manprofessional musician belonging to a royal chapel or cathedral
smooth-facedplausible, bland, glib, deceitful
sovereigntyroyal dignity, kingly authority
swart-complexioneddark-faced, black-looking
sweet-facedgood-looking, handsome
tallow-face[contemptuous] face as pale as wax
teethin the very face of, confronting face-to-face
teethto my face, in direct opposition
tripe-visagedtripe-faced, flabby
turnturn away, face the other way
turnturn and face the enemy, make a bold front
turningfacing the other way, retreating
undergofall under, experience, face up to
visageface, countenance
watchdial, clock face
wheelturn to face in a new direction, circle round
whey-facemilk-face, pasty-face
yellowsallow, pasty-faced; or: jealous


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accounts officer, royalauditor
assembly, royalpresence
behaviour, two-faced seeming
birth, royalbirth
blood, person of royalprince
bodyguard, gentleman of the royalpensioner
broad forehead or face, with a broad-fronted
chamber, royal receptionpresence
clock facewatch
come face to face withaffront
confronting face-to-faceteeth
dignity, royalsovereignty
direction, turn to face in a newwheel
draining the blood away [from the face]blood-drinking
earth, face of theground
face [head]countenance
face [head]cheer
face [head]visage
face [head]front
face [head]fisnomy
face [head]figure
face [meet]answer
face [meet]cope
face [meet]champion
face [meet]propose
face [meet]look
face [meet]front
face [undergo]abide
face [undergo]bide
face as pale as waxtallow-face
face downoverstare
face like a kingface-royal
face muffled up, with mobled
face of, in the veryteeth
face the enemy, turn andturn
face the other wayturn
face to face, setaffront
face up tocountenance
face up toundergo
face value, taken atcurrent
face visible, with only half the half-faced
face, fairfair
face, majesticface-royal
face, protection against the sunmask
face, put on a falseface
face, put on a falseface
face, severefrown
face, show one'speep
face, to one'steeth
face, to one'sbeard
face, to one'shead
face, uglyGorgon
face, with a broad broad-fronted
face, with a sterngrim-visaged
face, with uncloudedclear
faces, makemouth
faces, makingmopping
faces, twoJanus
faces, with humble humble-visaged
face-to-face meetinginterview
facing the other wayturning
facing up so as to overcomeoutlook
fair facefair
false face, put on aface
false face, put on aface
gentleman of the royal bodyguardpensioner
half the face visible, with only half-faced
highness, royalroyalty
humble faces, with humble-visaged
journey, royalprogress
king, face like aface-royal
lass, red-facedblowze
majestic faceface-royal
meeting, face-to-faceinterview
messenger, royal/statepursuivant
muffled up, with facemobled
musician belonging to a royal chapel or cathedralsinging-man
officer of the royal householdconstable
paint [for the face]painting
pale as wax, face astallow-face
prerogative, royalroyalty
reception chamber, royalpresence
red-faced lassblowze
residence, royalchamber
royal accounts officerauditor
royal assemblypresence
royal birthbirth
royal blood, person ofprince
royal dignitysovereignty
royal golden orbball
royal highnessroyalty
royal household chief officerconstable
royal journeyprogress
royal messengerpursuivant
royal prerogativeroyalty
royal reception chamberpresence
royal residencechamber
royal, makeroyalize
severe facefrown
show one's facepeep
stern face, with a grim-visaged
strength, faced with superiorovermatched
superior strength, faced withovermatched
turn and face the enemyturn
turn to face in a new directionwheel
two-faced behaviourseeming
two-faced way, in adouble
ugly faceGorgon
unclouded face, with clear
wax, face as pale astallow-face
way, face the other turn
way, facing the otherturning

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