Definition of Forefaces
1. foreface [n] - See also: foreface
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forefaces
Literary usage of Forefaces
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Fox's Book of Martyrs: The Acts and Monuments of the Church by John Foxe, John Cumming (1844)
"This is it, Master Cope, that I said before, now do well grant and admit the same, tint preambles or forefaces lined with a mm sep containing in them matter ..."
2. The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: With a Life of the Martyrologist, and by John Foxe, George Townsend (1844)
"This is it, Master Cope, that I said before, and now do well grant and admit the same, that such preambles or forefaces lined with a ' non sequitur,1 ..."
3. The History of Old Dundee, Narrated Out of the Town Council Register, with by Alexander Maxwell (1884)
"... upon their forefaces next the shore, but lay them out through the bulwarks, and bind them about twa ..."
4. The Twentieth Century Dog by Herbert Compton (1904)
"I agree with Mr. Farrow in denouncing the thick skulls, prominent light eyes, and short forefaces that too often appear on specimens that aspire to even ..."