Definition of Facedown
1. Adverb. (context: of a person or object) In a manner such that the face, front, or surface which is normally directed forward for viewing is positioned downward. ¹
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Definition of Facedown
1. a confrontation between opponents [n -S]
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Literary usage of Facedown
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History: Fiction of Science? by Anatoly T. Fomenko (2005)
"Those who saw it fell facedown”. Quoted after , Volume 1, page 125. lOa. Jesus Christ. Thus, the essence of the myth is as follows: six days, prayer, ..."
2. Math Centers: Take It to Your Seat, Grades 4-6 by Wes Tuttle (2002)
"The green product cards are stacked in a pile, facedown, between the two players. The top card is turned faceup. The purple factor cards are stacked in a ..."
3. How to Do Science Experiments with Children by Joan Bentley (2003)
"... Observations At the same time, gently place one newspaper man facedown in the pan of plain water and the other man facedown in the pan of soapy water. ..."
4. Basic Math Skills, Grade 3 by Jo Ellen Moore (2003)
"Put them facedown on your desk. Mix up the cards. Pick one and record the shape. Return it to your desk facedown, mix again, and pick another card. ..."
5. Basic Math Skills, Grade 2 by Jo Ellen Moore (2003)
"Put them facedown on your desk. Mix up the letters. Pick one and record the letter. ... desk facedown, mix again, and pick a card. Do this 10 times. 1. ..."
6. All about the Weather by Deborah Ellermeyer (2005)
"For a challenge, play this game like Concentration: • Children place all of the cards facedown on a flat surface. • Then they mix up the cards. ..."
7. All about the Ocean: Prek-K by Jo Ellen Moore (2005)
"Once all the cards have been matched, children mix up the cards, turn the cards facedown, and then choose two cards to turn over. If the cards match, ..."
8. Vocabulary Centers, Grades 2-3 by Jo Ellen Moore (2006)
"Place the cards facedown. square 2. Take turns. 3. Turn two cards over. If the cards match, keep them. If the cards don't match, turn them back over. ..."