Sentence for facing | Use facing in a sentence

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  • Facing Victor, it was a block. (10)
  • The window facing seaward was open. (10)
  • Her brother would then be facing death. (10)
  • He sat down on a bench facing the Casino. (8)
  • Christian sat down at the table facing her. (12)
  • In a dim corner they sat facing each other. (12)
  • It was easier to him to speak, not facing her. (10)
  • Soames stood at the foot of the bed, facing him. (8)
  • The next moment he was facing the stiff marine. (10)
  • He stood for a moment with head erect facing it. (10)
  • The fellow facing me was unmistakably gipsy-build. (10)
  • He looked at the windows facing the Downs with dead eyes. (10)
  • Side by side, partly facing, they began their interchange. (10)
  • Dacier sat in an open carriage, facing a slip of bright moon. (10)
  • That evening I called on her at her hotel, facing Union Square. (7)
  • The captain had paused in his walk and was facing his prisoner. (1)
  • The alliance with Dudley really seemed to set him facing backward. (10)
  • She sits facing the audience, with her hands stretched over the keys. (8)
  • She knew instinctively that, facing the eyes, it would not look well. (10)
  • Pretty soon he stretched himself on the floor, facing us, pistol in hand. (7)
  • He could not turn his back upon the body without facing away from his company. (1)
  • The Miss Duvidneys had left the hotel yesterday for the furnished house facing the sea. (10)
  • They sat facing each other as though neither dared lose sight of the other for a second. (12)
  • Pierre, the doorkeeper, in his livery set with silver tresses, was facing him arrogantly. (12)
  • She twisted her hands nervously, facing him, as he rose, too, with her misty, honest eyes. (13)
  • The sentinels, facing the banks of the stream, might have been statues to adorn the bridge. (1)
  • Facing the entrance sat Grumsquutzy, in his robes of office and surrounded by an armed guard. (7)
  • Margarita placed herself on a settle by the low-arched window, and Aunt Lisbeth sat facing her. (10)
  • So, with Mr. George facing her at table, the Countess sat down, determined to eat and be happy. (10)
  • To these exclamations Richard was deaf, and he trudged steadily forward, facing but one object. (10)
  • In the edge of this wood, facing the open but not venturing into it, long lines of troops, halted. (1)
  • The chiefs formed a group distinct from the other tribesmen within the circle facing James Greydon. (18)
  • Braintop realized the fruits of the sacrifice of his return ticket by facing Mrs. Chump in the train. (10)
  • He stood facing his cousin with a close-lipped smile that summarised his opinion and made it readable. (10)
  • When they returned to their hotel they found a highwalled garden facing it, full of black depths of foliage. (9)
  • He stood before the hearth facing the room, and his figure had the springy abruptness of men who cannot fatten. (8)
  • But think of us facing the world, and trust me; take my hand, take the leap; I am the best fighter in that fight. (10)
  • By this device he put off facing her and himself, for he could no longer refuse to see that he had himself to face. (8)
  • A scent of wood-smoke clung in the air; the cottages appeared, the forge, the little shops facing the village green. (8)
  • She went off with him, and sat in a windstuhl facing his the rest of the afternoon, with every effect of carrying on. (9)
  • From the silence of the room one would rightly have inferred that it was not in the front of the house, facing a street. (1)
  • She could speak her affectionate mind as plain as print, and it was dull print facing me, not the arches of the sunset. (10)
  • And in the West, facing it, was an arch of twilight and tremulous rose; as if a spirit hung there over the shrouded sun. (10)
  • He is facing the distant crest, holding his field-glass against his eyes with both hands, his elbows needlessly elevated. (1)
  • In the afternoon the margravine accompanied the princess to a point facing seaward, within hearing of the military band. (10)
  • At Dallas Johnston made another stand and Sherman, facing the hostile line, began his customary manoeuvring for an advantage. (7)
  • At once the whole body of Indians came forward and squatted on the ground in the form of a half-moon, facing the white people. (18)
  • Mr. Barmby until the latter jumped to the seat beside Nesta in her carriage, Mademoiselle de Seilles and Mr. Sowerby facing them. (10)
  • Now, the ruins of the feast being removed, and a clear course left for the flow of ale, Farmer Broadmead, facing the chairman, rises. (10)
  • But now that Irene was home, the memory of her broken-hearted sobbing came back to him, and he felt nervous at the thought of facing her. (8)
  • Mollie went to the book-shelves, while the others seated themselves on the carved oak settles, facing each other before the great fireplace. (18)
  • She rushed about opening doors and shutting registers, and then came back and sat facing him from the sofa with a mask of radiant cordiality. (9)
  • After this the stream came fast; chaperones silting up along the wall facing the entrance, the volatile element swelling the eddy in the larger room. (8)
  • As soon as Emma Dunstane discovered the Copsley head-gamekeeper at one wicket, and, actually, Thomas Redworth facing him, bat in hand, she sat up, greatly interested. (10)

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