Words and Phrases
face (verb)

“face (verb)”

Meaning:

to court or attempt to court

In Literature:

Excerpt from Me an' Me Da by William Forbes Marshall

But cryin’ cures no trouble,
to Bridget I went back
an’ faced her for it that night week
beside her own thurf-stack


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