Sentence for faces | Use faces in a sentence

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  • Their faces frightened him. (12)
  • The faces at the port vanished. (9)
  • I glanced hurriedly over both faces. (10)
  • The men were silent, and made long faces. (10)
  • I dare not look them in their waxen faces. (16)
  • He saw teeth gleam in faces burnt almost black. (8)
  • I never saw faces that looked so fond of life. (10)
  • Masses of scarlet-tinged faces turned toward Eva. (12)
  • A light broke over the faces of the Patterne ladies. (10)
  • Her eyes, so angry and direct, swept both their faces. (8)
  • His eyes went among the curious faces surrounding him. (10)
  • His face shrunk more and more like the faces of the dead. (12)
  • I wonder how Mr. Wetmore can keep from laughing in our faces. (9)
  • That which she had seen in their faces, then, had come to pass! (8)
  • She gazed on both faces, trying with open mouth to form the word. (10)
  • It does not go well with that tune, and these voices, and these faces. (8)
  • The sunlight fell cruelly on their pale, squashed, unkempt young faces. (8)
  • Cornelia was very pale, and stood wretchedly in contrast among the faces. (10)
  • This passed off the moments till she could settle herself to study faces. (10)
  • Like veiled faces, showing no emotion, they seemed to watch his indecision. (8)
  • To be in motion, to see roadside faces, pricked her senses with some hope. (10)
  • All those faces raised to the one speaker under the dark sky were beautiful. (10)
  • Human beings were seated there, whose matted hair clung round their tired faces. (8)
  • Nor could he find in familiar human faces the secret of intimacy of heretofore. (10)
  • There, as the peaks of the mountains brighten, they are seen to have great faces. (8)
  • There are the same greasy public houses and the same faces, always the same crowd. (12)
  • A gloom of hoarded hatred was visible in the mass of faces, ready to spring fierily. (10)
  • Thus friends become estranged, and the faces about me change and I hardly notice it. (12)
  • She was walking with a man on the far side; their faces were turned toward each other. (8)
  • All the stale arguments were brought forth, and had to be joined in with unmoved faces. (8)
  • I have studied the faces of the juries, and Mr. Braddock tells me of their composition. (10)
  • Red faces, spotless shirt-fronts, white arms; and freshly-twisted hair were all around him. (8)
  • As though by mutual instinct, they put out their hands, which they shook with averted faces. (8)
  • He snatched bow and fiddle from one of the ring, and with a few strokes kindled their faces. (10)
  • Here and there they were seen crossing the street to puff obnoxiously in the faces of people. (10)
  • A great gray cloud seemed to spring out of the forest into the faces of the waiting battalions. (7)
  • There were some fair American costumes and faces in the crowd, but it was essentially Quebecian. (9)
  • Suddenly the man whom they had thought dead raised his head and gazed tranquilly into their faces. (1)
  • The phaeton swung from side to side, and people raised frightened faces as they went dashing past. (8)
  • It was soothing to be so taken to the heart of this jolly family, fascinating to watch their faces. (8)
  • Ammiani burst into laughter at the spontaneous boyishness in the faces of the pair of ambitious lads. (10)
  • Fulkerson stopped, and ran his eyes eagerly over the faces of his three listeners, one after the other. (9)
  • As he goes out the three officials do not look at each other, but their faces wear peculiar expressions. (8)
  • The milk-cans formed a kind of shelter, and they stood so close together that none could see their faces. (8)
  • You know how the same faces and the same trunks used to keep turning up in our travels on the other side. (9)
  • He moved among them freely, going from one to another and peering into their faces with childish curiosity. (1)
  • Here, in dim light, they mopped their faces, and without a word walked, ten paces apart, to the college gate. (8)
  • It was the lady in command who spoke, and all the young people swayed their faces up and down, as if assenting. (8)
  • Strange that in her life, with all the faces seen, and people known, she had not loved one till she had met Lennan! (8)
  • They were soon seated about a table, eating their oysters and spying over the large dining-room for familiar faces. (13)
  • Those two faces close together, under their coverings of scarlet and of grey, showed a contrast almost cruelly vivid. (8)
  • In shaking hands with those chaps we got some white powder on our left shoulder, which they use to powder their faces. (21)
  • Asleep or awake, reading or snoring, fat or thin, hairy or bald, the insulation of their red or pale faces was complete. (8)
  • But Barbara stood in a thin streak of the July sunlight, uncertain where to begin, amongst the faces turned towards her. (8)
  • And the faces of those old heroes encircling that domed ceiling were blackened too, and scarred with damp, beyond recognition. (8)
  • The man looked into their faces without seeming to see them and sprang through the door, down the steps, into the street, and away. (1)
  • Pierson looked down at the patient mass of standing figures in straw hats and military caps, with faces turned all one way, and sighed. (8)
  • The ladies listening could not gainsay this favourite claim of universal brotherhood among the select who wear masks instead of faces. (10)
  • He seemed filled with the intoxication of youth, whose spirit was in the bright air of the day and radiant in the young faces everywhere. (9)
  • She has turned while Mr. Richards and The Porter have been speaking, and now faces the back of the former, but her veil is drawn closely. (9)
  • Again and again she sneezed in the pleasure of that homeward flight, and the light foam of her nostrils flicked the faces of those behind. (8)
  • She wished they could have had another such adventure to stamp the old home on his heart freshly, to the exclusion of beautiful English faces. (10)
  • The gloom deepened in the faces of the father and mother, but neither spoke, and Boyne resumed the word again in a tone of philosophic speculation. (9)
  • I caught a glimpse of several familiar faces in the throng, notably the circus detective and the commissary department man, but gave no sign of recognition. (21)
  • The circus detective follows behind, scrutinizing faces and figures, conferring with railroad officials and approaching by easy stages the local police station. (21)
  • The clean-shaved, square-cut face, with those almost epileptic, forceful eyes, had a stillness and intensity beside which the neighbouring faces seemed to disappear. (8)

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