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faciēs acc. em, abl. ē, nom. and acc plur. ēs

1 FAC-, appearance, form, figure, shape, build : decora (equorum), H.: faciem mutatus et ora, V.: parentis Anchisae, shade , V.: longa quibus facies ovis erit, H.: Adparent dirae facies, apparitious , V.: verte omnīs tete in facies, i. e. try every expedient , V.A face, visage, countenance, look : non novi hominis faciem, know by sight , T.: egregia, of rare beauty , T.: insignis facie, V.: faciem eius ignorare, S.: in facie voltuque vecordia inerat, S.: mea laudata, beauty , O.: adfers faciem novam: (nymphe) Rara facie, O.: nec faciem litore demovet, H.: rectā facie loqui, boldly , Iu.: (volucris) armata, beaked , O. — Fig., external form, look, condition, appearance, aspect : senatus faciem secum attulerat P. R.: contra belli faciem, as if there were no war , S.: publici consilii facie, pretext , Ta.: urbis, S.: maris, V.: noctis, O.: arbos faciem simillima lauro, V.A kind, sort, class : Quae scelerum facies? V.: laborum, V.: scelerum, V.: pugnae, Ta.

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