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fronts

n. clothing; a sports jacket. You got some good-looking fronts there.
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Beyond this front, is there to be a fair court, but three sides of it, of a far lower building than the front.
And thus much for the model of the palace; save that you must have, before you come to the front, three courts.
The girls, dragging the tots by the arms, banged gates and clattered up the front steps of the small houses.
The o]d woman came out of her front door, dragging a chair, on which she coolly seated herself on the tiny stoop at the top of the steps.
Here's a stake to the right, and another, and here's a third,' Vasili Andreevich counted, 'and here in front is the forest,' thought he, as he looked at something dark in front of him.
Nikita took the whip that hung over the front of the sledge and struck him once.
Frou-Frou, excited and over-nervous, had lost the first moment, and several horses had started before her, but before reaching the stream, Vronsky, who was holding in the mare with all his force as she tugged at the bridle, easily overtook three, and there were left in front of him Mahotin's chestnut Gladiator, whose hind-quarters were moving lightly and rhythmically up and down exactly in front of Vronsky, and in front of all, the dainty mare Diana bearing Kuzovlev more dead than alive.
As they went together through the laurels towards the front garden a motor horn sounded thrice, coming nearer and nearer, and a car of splendid speed, great elegance, and a pale green colour swept up to the front doors like a bird and stood throbbing.
Vill you be so goot to come to ze front and see dat zis position iss no goot?
Under this arrangement, the front bedroom, on the opposite side of the passage--next to the room in which Geoffrey slept--was left empty, and was called, for the time being, the spare room.
Dorothy got in, Toto in her arms, and sat on the bottom of the boat just in front of the mast.
A sudden movement, an agitation of the entire company front, as from an electric shock, attested the startling character of the incident.
She accordingly ascended the stairs softly, and stood at the door of the front room--a drawing-room, connected with the room immediately behind it (which was a bedroom) by folding-doors in the common manner.
The only real difference was that while those girls from the Munchkin country had the blue strip in front of their skirts, those from the country of the Quadlings had the red strip in front; and those from the country of the Winkies had the yellow strip in front, and the Gillikin girls wore the purple strip in front.
Bertha," said she, plucking at the shoulder of her sister, "I have left the front window open.